This table is a comparison of the test performed in the 2017 Hyundai IONIQ Electric vehicle. The tests are from all over the world, and do not necessarily indicate a range that is achievable by you, in your driving conditions.
However, as a group, these range results and efficiency readings seem to indicate the the IONIQ EV has a very efficient drivetrain and it’s likely the official range ratings will be easily achieved in real world driving.
|Range achieved||Efficiency/Energy Usage||Outside Weather||Climate Control settings||Speed/Road conditions||Etc.|
|351.1km||Avg of 50km/h, city driving||Hyundai’s official test|
|155 km||18kWh/100kms||3º C||set to 22º C||Practically flat road, constant speed of 120 km/h||In same test, 2014 Nissan Leaf achieved 20.4 kWh/200 km and 2015 Tesla Model S achieved 21.5 kWh/100 kms|
|165 km||17 kWh/100 kms||5-6º C||heating on||wet roads, average speed of 78 km/h||test done in mid-November near Prague|
|179 km||6.4 km/kWh||4 C||heater set to 19 C||maximum speed 110 km/h, average 86 km/h|
|221 km||7.9 km/kWh||4 C||heater set to 21 C||maximum 85 km/h, average 80 km/h|
|207 km||7.4 km/kWh||9 C||heater set to 19 C||maximum 110 km/h, average 80 km/h|
|235 km estimated||8.5 km/kWh||3 C||set to 19 C||85 km/h steady||15m behind truck, trip only 37 kms total|
Source: Hyundai IONIQ EV Forum