- Hyundai IONIQ Electric has been named the most eco-friendly car of 105 vehicles tested in 2017 by the German automobile association ADAC
- The all-electric model achieved the maximum five-star ADAC EcoTest rating with the highest score of 105 points
IONIQ Electric offers class-leading efficiency
The ADAC experts used the German energy mix of 579 g/kWh as a basis for their testing. This approach enables the ADAC EcoTest to compare alternative powertrains with conventional combustion engines. The IONIQ Electric scored an average 14.7 kWh per 100 kilometres, resulting in CO2 consumption values of 85 g per kilometre – an outstanding outcome in the electric car segment. Confirmation of the results has been carried out through measurements on the road – the “real driving emissions”.
The strong result of the IONIQ Electric in the ADAC EcoTest underlines Hyundai Motor's competence in developing advanced technology and showcases the innovative spirit of our brand. The IONIQ line-up is a great foundation of our ambitious eco-car strategy that we are pushing forward this year with the All-New NEXO and KONA Electric.