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There is a lot to consider when it comes to shopping for an electric vehicle. Is electric the right choice for you? Maybe a hybrid? Do I stick with gas?
At Focus Hyundai, a certified Electric dealer, we offer a large selection of alternative powertrain vehicles. Take a look below to learn a bit more about some electric options and let’s find the one that is right for you.
Alternatively, please feel free to reach out to one of our product experts to discuss if electric fits your lifestyle.

Drive the future with the KONA electric and IONIQ electric.

Hyundai’s electric models are seriously fun to drive and offer outstanding range flexibility. With instant torque delivered through its all-electric powertrain, they’re lightning-quick off the line — all while producing zero emissions. Driving a Hyundai EV is truly electrifying in more ways than one.

The Kona Electric

Take a tour of the Kona Electric. This impressive SUV can travel an outstanding 415 kilometres on a single charge and is Canada’s first all-electric subcompact SUV.


Take a tour of the new IONIQ and choose the powertrain that best fits your lifestyle: hybrid, electric or plug-in hybrid.

It Pays to go Electric

Not only do you get to save on fuel, the federal incentive program for zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) provide additional incentives of up to $5000 (after tax) to consumers who buy or lease an eligible ZEVs. This program went into effect May 1, 2019. Focus Hyundai will claim and apply to the purchase price on your behalf – no hassle required.

An Even Better Warranty?

In Addition to the outstanding warranty program you have come to expect with Hyundai, Hyundai also backs the quality of the alternative powertrains with an additional 8 year/160,000 km warranty.

This means you are getting:

  • 5 Year/100,000 KM Comprehensive Limited Warranty
  • 5 Year/ Unlimited KM Roadside Assistance Program
  • 8 Year/160,000 KM Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid System (Battery)

3 Ways to charge your ride

Don’t be worried about running out of ‘juice’! Hyundai’s EV vehicles give you plenty of options to get charged up.

Level 1 Charging:
Level 1 or 120-volt charging features a conventional three-prong plug that works with any properly grounded wall socket. This is the slowest type of charging and, depending on your battery pack and model, may take up to 48 hours for a full charge.

Level 2 Charging:
Level 2 or 240-volt charging is common at most dedicated home and public charging stations. Charging will be at least twice as fast as Level 1. If you wish to install a charging station at home, it will require the same type of wiring as an electric stove or clothes dryer.

Level 3 Charging:
DC fast charging uses direct current (DC) rather than household alternating current (AC) and is very high-powered. This type of charging is commonly found only at public sites, often along highways, given the higher cost of installing dedicated high-powered lines.


What is the maintenance like for an electric vehicle?

Electric vehicles require less maintenance than a traditional powertrain, as they have fewer moving parts that can wear out. For example, oil changes become a thing of the past.
What happens to range in cold temperatures? An electric vehicle can experience a loss of range in extreme cold temperatures. The primary reasoning behind range reduction is that the electric vehicle must power a separate electric heater that draws power from the high-voltage battery. To counteract this natural response, our electric vehicles come with a Heat Pump System, which turns atmospheric heat into cabin heat reducing the use of the HVAC system. In addition, our electric vehicles also come with a Battery Temperature Management System that preheats the battery while charging to aid in reducing range loss. These two systems help take on Canadian winters while providing owners with that extra bit of driving confidence.


What is the difference between a Hybrid Electric Vehicle and a Battery Electric vehicle?

A Hybrid vehicle uses both a gasoline engine and electric motor for propulsion. An electric vehicle uses only an electric motor for propulsion – no gasoline required. The electric vehicle’s high-density battery needs to be periodically charged through an external electrical power source.


Have your own question about our Electric vehicle line up? Call, click, or chat with one of our expects today!

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