When Hyundai launched its battery-powered Ioniq Electric in Singapore in early 2018, the car made a strong impression with its refinement and silky smooth ride.
It is barely two years and the car has been updated with a juiced-up battery. The lithium-ion polymer battery now has a capacity of 38.3kWh, up from 28kWh. This gives the car a range of 311km, up from 200km.
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