Hyundai IONIQ Electric earns maximum 5-star ‘Green Car’ rating

 

Hyundai has achieved the maximum possible score in the first official New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) that rates vehicles for their environmental performance, Skyline Automotive W.L.L., which is the official distribution partner of Hyundai Motor Company in Qatar, has announced.

 

As an electric vehicle, IONIQ Electric scored 10 out of 10 points in a ‘clean air’ index. It also scored 8.5 out of 10 on an ‘energy efficiency’ index, which reflects the efficiency with which the vehicle converts its energy source into movement. This includes factors such as power train losses, aerodynamic drag, tire friction and vehicle mass, which all affect how much energy is used to move the car forward. Read More

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