Drive the future with a Hyundai electric vehicle.

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.

Learn about incentives in your region


  • Up to $5,000 in government incentives^.

  • Vehicles displaying an Ontario Green Vehicle licence plate gain unrestricted access to high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes regardless of the number of passengers.*

  • An Ontario green licence plate also gives you unrestricted access to high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, even for single-occupant vehicles.*

  • 8-Year Warranty


    In addition to our outstanding warranty program, we also back the quality of our alternative powertrains with an additional 8-year/160,000 kilometre warranty.


    • 5 YEAR/100,000 KM 
      Comprehensive Limited Warranty
      Roadside Assistance Program
    • 8 YEAR/160,000 KM 
      Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid System

Locate a charging station near your with PlugShare

You'll be surprised at the number of available public charging stations in easy-to-access, convenient areas. Plus, new locations are being added all the time. Fans of multitasking can get a boost by charging up during a coffee break or shopping trip.

Frequently asked questions about electric vehicles.

A Level 1 charger (1.4 kW) which is the standard household outlet takes approximately 48 hours for a full charge. A Level 2 charger (7.2 kW) can provide a full charge in about 9 hours and 35 minutes. Level 3 (50 kW) and 4 (100 kW) chargers, can provide an 80% charge in 54 to 75 minutes. Times are not guaranteed and can vary.

The cost of charging an electric vehicle varies depending on the price of electricity in your province and which time of day you choose to charge. A helpful solution for owners to charge during off-peak hours is to set the charging system to accept a charge during this specific time frame.  All you have to do is set it and forget it. See your electric vehicle expert for details.

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.

Exercising proper battery use procedures and staying up to date on your routine servicing will increase the lifespan of your electric vehicle while maintaining its full driving range. Brake service and tire rotations remain important parts of your maintenance routine.

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.

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. 

Resources for Electric vehicles


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Electric Circuit