Hyundai Electric Range

Welcome to the world of Hyundai Electric Range, where innovation meets sustainability. Hyundai award-winning range of hybrid and electric cars is paving the way for a greener future, building on their outstanding progress in efficiency, range, and flexibility. At Allen Briggs Hyundai we understand that making the switch to alternative fuels can feel like a big step, but with Hyundai cutting-edge technology and commitment to environmental responsibility, Hyundai make it easier than ever.

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    Meet our EV Specialists - Rob & Tom

    EV specialist in next to IONIQ 6
    EV specialist next to IONIQ 6

    At Allen Briggs Hyundai, we take pride in our team of knowledgeable EV specialists who are dedicated to helping you find the perfect Hyundai electric vehicle (EV) or hybrid for your needs. Allow us to introduce you to Rob and Tom - our experts in all things EV.

    Our EV specialists understand the unique features and benefits that come with owning an electric vehicle, and they are committed to providing you with accurate information and tailored recommendations. Whether you have questions about the different models available, charging infrastructure, or government incentives for EV ownership, our specialists are here to help. More on their training journey.

    Hybrid or Electric?

    ​Three main types of electrified vehicles are available on the market today: Battery Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles. There also are mild hybrid vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles. 

    Electric (BEV).

    Battery electric vehicles produce zero tailpipe emissions. Depending on the model and battery pack, Hyundai offers electric vehicles with a variety of driving ranges available.

    ​​Hybrid (HEV).

    ​​Hybrids combine petrol engines with an electric motor and battery, reducing fuel consumption without having to change your driving habits. The battery charges by regenerative braking.

    Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV).

    Electric when you want it. Petrol when you need it. And once the electric-only range is depleted, you can plug into a charging station – or just continue on with the petrol engine.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    Please see a list below of commonly asked questions and answers regarding Electric & Hybrid Vehicles.