4. 2017 Hyundai Ioniq EV
2017 will see the launch of Hyundai’s much-awaited Ioniq. This unique vehicle will be sold with three different fuel options: hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric. The all-electric model is said to have a real-world range of about 110 miles per charge. Though pricing has not been definitively revealed, Hyundai has announced an innovative new way to pay, at least in California. The Ioniq Unlimited plan is based on data plans that cell carriers offer and offers a way to bundle all of the costs involved with owning and maintaining an electric vehicle into one monthly payment. When buyers go to the dealership to purchase the car, they will be given the option of a 24-month or 36-month payment plan, which will include vehicle payments, maintenance fees, and charging costs bundled into one easy payment.