Electric Explained Your Vehicles. Your Way. Anywhere. Here at Brayleys Hyundai, our aim is to provide the very best automotive solutions to all customers. This includes providing the very latest in electric and hybrid technology, with the current Hyundai range available to discover today.

The Hyundai Electrified Range

Hyundai offers a fantastic range of electric and hybrid models, each of which is available to view and test drive at Brayleys Hyundai. 


    The Benefits of Buying Electric

    Hyundai offers a fantastic range of electric and hybrid models, each of which is available to view and test drive at Brayleys Hyundai. 

    Key Benefits

    Some of the major benefits of making the change to electric or hybrid power are:

    • Fewer CO2 emissions
    • Instant torque
    • More affordable running costs
    • Nationwide charging solutions available

      Hybrid (HEV) Hybrids combine a combustion engine with an electric motor, providing improved fuel economy and lower emissions. The battery charges through regenerative braking, so there’s no need to plug in.
      Plug-in hybrid (PHEV) The battery on a PHEV has a higher capacity, enabling you to drive for short distances (often up to 40 miles) on electric power alone. You will need to plug the vehicle in to charge the battery.
      All-electric (BEV) The cleanest option, all-electric vehicles are powered by a lithium-ion battery, which can be charged at home or at public outlets. Selected models can achieve a range of 300 miles or more.

      Looking for more information about electric vehicles? We answer some of the most frequently asked questions below. 

      What is the best hybrid car?

      Choosing the best hybrid car depends on your personal requirements. At Brayleys Hyundai, we have hybrid vehicles to suit a range of needs, so speak to our specialists today for assistance.

      How long does it take to charge an electric car?

      Charge times depend on your vehicle’s battery size and charging capacity, as well as other factors. A 20-80% top up can be achieved in as little as 30 minutes with a rapid charger, while overnight charging with a 7kW wallbox may take eight hours or more.

      How does an electric car work?

      ​Electric cars are powered by a lithium-ion battery and one or two electric motors that turn the vehicle’s wheels. They can be charged at home or using a public charger. 

      Are electric cars automatic?

      Electric cars have just one gear, so driving them is very similar to driving an automatic or CVT vehicle.

      How far can an electric car go?

      The overall range of an electric car varies from model to model. That said, vehicles from the Hyundai line-up have the ability to cover up to nearly 338 miles on a full battery charge.

      Other Electric Services. Got a question or need help with an electric vehicle? You can learn more about changing from fuel to electric power by liaising with a member of the team at Brayleys today.