imarsh
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IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:01 pm

While waiting for the arrival of my IONIQ I am starting to collect range data from around the web and it will listed here on the forum. Then when I get my EV I can also test and compare to see how it is going.

Here is an official test by Hyundai and they managed to get 218 miles (351.1km) on a single charge driving around the city at an average speed of about 50 km/h.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW56pVtWPJo

And if you are bored, the full 8 hours of driving!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VXTirnEdsU

imarsh
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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:03 pm

AppleKnocker, member of the elbilforum.no Norwegian EV forum, tested the highway range of three different electric cars at 120 km/h constant speed. The outside temperature was 3º C, the climate system was set to 22º C and the road was practically flat.

Hyundai IONIQ electric: 18 kWh/100 km, corresponding to 155 km range

2014 Nissan Leaf: 20.4 kWh/100 km, corresponding to 100 km range

2015 Tesla Model S: 21.5 kWh/100 km, corresponding to 350 km range

imarsh
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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:08 pm

Czech auto magazine published an article where the BMW i3, the Nissan Leaf and the Hyundai IONIQ Electric had their range tested.

The road test was made in mid-November on Czech roads near Prague with bad weather – wet roads and outside temperature of 5-6º C. The heating was on.

IONIQ traveled total 165 km to a halt with average speed o 78 km/h and average consumption of 17 kWh / 100 km.

imarsh
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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:09 pm

First week report of IONIQ Ev from Pete in the Netherlands:

this week I drove several times back and forth to my work, which is 55 km, of which 45 kms is highway, 6 kms 80 km/h road and the rest is city driving. Eco-mode and driver only were on.

1. Heater on 19 C (no preheating) maximum speed 110 km/h. Outside temp was 4 C. Average speed 86 km/h. efficiency 6.4 km/kWh, corresponds to 179 km range.

2. Heater on 21 C (no preheating) maximum speed 85 km/h. Outside temp was 4 C. Average speed 80 km/h. Efficiency 7.9 km/kWh, corresponds to 221 km range

3. Heater on 19 C (no preheating) maximum speed 110 km/h. Outside temp was 9 C. Average speed 80 km/h. Efficiency 7.4 km/kWh, corresponds to 207 km range

4. Highway only, trip 37 km, 85 km/h steady, 15 meters behind a truck , heater 19 C, car was preheated, outside temp 3 C, Efficiency 8.4 km/kWh corresponds to 235 km range

imarsh
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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:11 pm

This image from Hyundai shows the efficiency comparison to other EVs:

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I have heard that the IONIQ's efficiency is high enough it is mostly a small battery 2nd generation electric vehicle!

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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Tue Mar 21, 2017 10:43 pm

Thanks for collecting the data! I've started a comparison chart of IONIQ Electric range achieved.

It's on the EV wiki
http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/Hyun ... rison_Test


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Re: IONIQ Electric Range Results collected

Mon Mar 27, 2017 6:13 pm

Not really way ahead... the first link has a number of individual submissions... the second one requires a lot bigger screen than my laptop has!!

With the Ioniq just making its appearance in some countries - and not yet available in a lot of places! - it will be interesting to see what people's personal experiences with range are. It varies a lot with temperature and road conditions. But the Ioniq seems to perform very favourable against the competition.

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