Although we see any extra-expensive electric cars around the world, Hyundai’s UK head quarter has reduced its prices on two of its electric range. Asking why would that happen? You should say a big thank you to the UK Governments. As now on there will be a Grant on the electric cars (weather all electric or Plug-in models). So, Hyundai as a biggest fan of its customers, started its play.
The two included cars which takes adventure of this lesser price tags are Hyundai Kona and Hyundai Ioniq EV. Both has the qualification for decreases. But the new policy of governments, manufacturers to adjust their prices to meet the pricing demands set by the new PiCG. More importantly, this low mentions just a broad transformation of the traffic system and its environmental impact not the luxury vehicles.
What did exactly happen? Ioniq Electric reduced its price tag to £32,995 for the premium model and the Premium SE would cost £34,995. On the opposite side, we have Hyundai Kona with 39kWh battery, which costs £30,395 for the SE Connect and £31,745 for the premium. The Kona 64KWh, with 300 miles travelling range, costs £34,995 in Premium specification. Just the really luxury versions would cost about £37,145.
Ashley Andrew, the Hyundai Motor UK’s managing director, considers the costs as a big influence on the customers so they try to keep its survey in the appropriate mode, to win the Grant. Also, Andrew added:
Ioniq Electric and Kona Electric are among the most popular zero-emissions vehicles on sale today, and by maintaining the choice and the value available to customers in our EV range, Hyundai Motor UK will remain on track to be one of the largest suppliers of electric vehicles in the country.