This electric SUV is available in three trim levels: SE, SEL, and Limited.

The 77-kWh battery of the Hyundai Ioniq offers a range of 256 miles which averages out to 2.7 kWh per mile.

The exterior design has pixel-style lighting, a front fascia and a rear fascia.

It has a 320-horsepower output and 446-pound-ft-of-torque.

The vehicle comes with 19-inch wheels and a 12.3-inch display.

It gets up to 132 mpg in the city and 98 mpg on the highway.

It comes with an optional panoramic roof and a high-powered DC fast-charging station.

The starting price of this small electric crossover SUV is $43,650, which includes the destination.

Equipped with many standard features, including a rearview camera and rear parking sensor.

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