The benefits Find out more about the benefits of driving electric When switching from petrol or diesel power to electric, you have the opportunity to take advantage of a number of benefits. For example, electric models emit zero CO2 emissions into the atmosphere, making them better for the environment. Plus, running costs are more affordable compared to fuel counterparts, and even maintenance costs are lower thanks to fewer moving components.
How to charge Find out how to charge your electric or hybrid vehicle Charging electric and hybrid vehicles is simple, both at home and out in public. With a number of domestic charging solutions available for installation, you can steadily charge overnight when costs are lower. Alternatively, high-powered public charging stations at services, supermarkets and garages will help you top up your charge quickly.

Electric & Hybrid Explained.

Find out how different types of electric and hybrid vehicles work

Whether you’re opting for a fully electric, mild hybrid or plug-in hybrid vehicle, understanding how the models differ is essential. At Delgarth Hyundai, we’re delighted to provide you with a range of different model types, as well as explain their differences below. Find out more today or liaise with a member of our expert team.

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    Electric Electric models require no other source of power than the battery and emit no harmful CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.
    Plug-in Hybrid A high-capacity battery that requires charging is able to run in all-electric mode for a limited range in a plug-in hybrid.
    Mild Hybrid Using regenerative braking, mild hybrid cars help boost performance of the traditional fuel engine, making for more efficient motoring.

    Model Lineup.

    Your Vehicles. Your Way. Anywhere.

    The range of electric and hybrid vehicles from Hyundai is one of the finest around, with a range of model types available to suit every need. Click through to the individual listing pages now to learn more about the performance and attributes of each vehicle.

    FAQs.

    Our frequently asked questions give you the opportunity to learn even more about choosing electric and hybrid motoring. Scroll through the most commonly asked questions below or liaise with a member of the Delgarth Hyundai team to find out more.

    How much is it to charge an electric car?

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    The cost to charge an electric vehicle varies depending on the model and also the charging point being used. That said, a model featuring a 60kWh battery with a range of 200 miles typically costs £9.20 to full charge via a domestic outlet.

    How long does it take an electric car to charge?

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    Depending on your make and model and the charging point being used, charging can take anywhere from under an hour to overnight.

    Do you have to pay for parking when charging your electric car?

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    No. At present you can park at public electric charging bays without any parking costs incurred.

    How far can an electric car go on one charge?

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    Depending on the vehicle, most new electric vehicles offer a range in excess of 200 miles for a full charge. However, the maximum range is impacted by your driving style and conditions.

    How much does it cost to install an electric car charger?

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    Charging points for at home cost approximately £800 for installation, but you can subsidise this with a government grant of up to £350.

    Is hybrid better than electric?

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    For many, electric vehicles will be the model of choice since there are no fuel costs and zero CO2 emissions being released into the atmosphere.

    Do hybrid cars need to be charged?

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    They do, with charging either occurring through regenerative braking or being plugged into a suitable outlet.

    What is an OLEV grant?

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    An OLEV grant is a government subsidy to help make installing home charging points more affordable for motorists, with a maximum of £350 available.

    Does a hybrid car charge itself?

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    Mild hybrid vehicles charge their battery through a process called regenerative braking which creates a charge by converting energy normally lost during braking.

    Are hybrid cars manual or automatic?

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    Hybrid cars are typically automatic in style, with mild hybrid options still retaining a manual transmission and a more traditional driving experience.

    Are hybrid cars cheaper to insure?

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    While they may be cheaper and more efficient to run, insurance costs for hybrid vehicles are typically more expensive than their petrol/diesel counterparts.

    What is regenerative braking?

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    The system of regenerative braking helps convert energy normally lost via braking into an electrical charge for your battery.

    Are hybrid cars good for long distance driving?

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    They are, with the hybrid motor helping to boost the overall fuel economy available and thus making them efficient for longer journeys.

    Is it worth buying a hybrid car UK?

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    Absolutely. There’s plenty of reasons to make the change to hybrid motoring, with the full switch to electric some time off.

    Do electric cars need an MOT?

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    Yes. In fact, any model aged over three years is legally required to have an MOT test every year to demonstrate its roadworthiness.

    At what speed do hybrid cars switch from battery power to petrol power?

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    Hybrid engines typically switch to electric power once you’ve reached 15mph, with steadier acceleration making performance the most efficient it can be.

    What happens when a hybrid car runs out of battery?

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    You will be unable to operate the vehicle until the battery has suitably recharged.

    Can a hybrid car run without petrol?

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    Fuel is required for the vehicle to run at all times.