Park's Hyundai Hybrid And Electric Vehicles.

Electric Vehicles have come a long way in a short space of time. The range is becoming longer, the charge is becoming faster, and they are becoming more efficient and more practical giving you the opportunity to explore for longer!

Here at Park’s Hyundai, we are thrilled to showcase an exciting range of Electric, Hybrid, Mild Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid vehicles.

To discover more or to book your test drive, get in touch today.

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PARK’S HYUNDAI IS COMMITTED TO AN ELECTRIC FUTURE

With plans to have 16 Electric Vehicles by 2025, the future looks electric here at Park’s Hyundai.



Take a look below for more information on each vehicle category and discover the range of Electric, Hybrid, Mild Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid vehicles that we have available at Park’s Hyundai.

Mild Hybrid (MHEV)
Mild Hybrid Vehicles contain a small electric motor which can assist the fuel-powered engine but cannot power the vehicle independently, hence the term “mild”.

Mild Hybrid Vehicles:
Hyundai Tucson

Hybrid (HEV)
Hybrid Vehicles use both the fuel-powered engine and electric motor to drive. All Hyundai hybrid models feature a 6-speed DCT (dual clutch transmission) and are aesthetically pleasing and full of advanced technologies to keep you safe on the road. Full Hybrids can travel short distances on electricity, travel purely on fuel, or power the vehicle using both, take your pick!

Hybrid Vehicles:
Hyundai Ioniq
Hyundai Kona

Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)
Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles allow drivers to switch between the use of both battery and fuel power. Plug-In Hybrids have larger high voltage batteries, meaning you can go further using electricity. With reduced CO2 emissions you will have less impact on the environment whilst driving and you can also travel solely using the electric motor for zero emission driving. Running out of charge? Simply switch to fuel power and continue your adventure.

Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles:
Hyundai Ioniq

All-Electric (BEV)
Electric Vehicles are powered purely by electricity. The electricity is stored in the rechargeable battery which is then used to power the electric motor. Electric vehicles are also more economical and cheaper to run than traditional fuel powered vehicles and with multiple charging options, they offer complete flexibility to get you on the move. Charge up your vehicle and hit the road, zero emission style.

Electric Vehicles:
Hyundai Ioniq
Hyundai Kona

Potential Future Vehicle:
Hyundai Prophecy