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Hyundai supplies electric Kona and Ioniq models to Onto

Hyundai will supply all-inclusive electric car (EV) subscription service Onto with Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric models this year.

A total of 275 new Kona and Ioniq models will join the Onto fleet by March as part of the new agreement.

The Kona is a new addition to Onto’s compact SUV line, while the Ioniq, which was already offered in the existing fleet, is available in upgraded Premium specification.

Rob Jolly, CEO at Onto, said: “With a minimum of a one-month agreement and no deposit, subscribers can now enjoy all the benefits of the Hyundai Kona Electric Premium SE and the Hyundai Ioniq Electric Premium without the long term commitment, with the option to change to another make or model the following month.”

The Kona Electric is offered for £559 per month, while the Ioniq costs £449 per month. Onto’s subscription includes insurance, breakdown cover, wear and tear, service and repair, free charging at any Polar Plus or Shell Recharge Network charging station, and road tax.

Ashley Andrew, managing director of Hyundai Motor UK, said: “Hyundai already offers the most diverse range of alternative fuel vehicles in the market and we will continue to invest heavily in clean mobility to bring an even greater choice of zero-emission vehicles to consumers in the years ahead.

“Most customers who have already bought electric cars say they will never go back. Many are passionate about their new way of EV life and wish they had decarbonised their personal mobility sooner. However, many people do still need to be reassured about the usability of zero-emission cars day-to-day. The Onto subscription model provides customers with a short-term opportunity to experience living with an EV which is the best way to showcase the long-term benefits of the technology.”

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