We make it easier than ever to go electrified in Moreno Valley.
We offer an expansive lineup of Hyundai models that have four different kinds of electrified powertrains. Hyundai offers powertrains from fully electric to fuel cell powered. Electricity powers our belief in the future, which is why it is our goal for every new Hyundai model to be electrified by 2040.
Using electric motors powered entirely by batteries, fully-electric Hyundai vehicles offer instant acceleration and tight handling on the road. Electric models also have larger batteries than plug-in hybrid or hybrid powertrains. This means a fully-electric Hyundai will offer a much longer electric range. Out two most popular Hyundai EVs have an EPA-estimated combined All-Electric Range of 303 miles for IONIQ 5 and 258 miles for KONA Electric. Electric Hyundai vehicles also have regenerative braking which helps extend the all-electric range.
A Hyundai EV can be recharged by plugging into an outlet, with charging speed varied by the vehicle and type of charger used. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is capable of ultra-fast charging with an 800V DC charger, making the IONIQ 5 one of the quickest charging EVs on the market.
Plug-in Hybrid Hyundai models have a battery-powered motor and a gas engine. Plug-in hybrids also have larger batteries than hybrid vehicles, giving you the option of driving in all-electric mode. Plug-in Hybrid Hyundai models also offer amazing range as high as 440 miles with SANTA FE Plug-in Hybrid. The battery in a Plug-in Hybrid can also be recharged with a normal electrical outlet, and includes regenerative braking that helps extend driving range even further.
Hybrid Hyundai models use both their gasoline engine and electric motor separately or together, depending on the speed and conditions. Hybrid models tend to have increased fuel efficiency compared to their gas-only counterparts. The motor’s battery in a Hybrid Hyundai model is only recharged by the regenerative brakes, and does not need to be charged by an outlet.
Similar to electric Hyundai models, fuel cell vehicles exclusively use a battery-powered motor, but instead of plugging into an outlet, their battery’s charged by a fuel cell stack that transforms liquid hydrogen into electricity. The only emission released by a Fuel Cell Hyundai model is water. Refueling the hydrogen tank is easy and conveniently similar to filling a normal gas tank, taking about 5 minutes. With NEXO Fuel Cell Blue, you get an EPA-estimated range of up to 380 miles.
NEXO Fuel Cell is currently available only at select California dealers.
Electric vehicles are usually more energy efficient and less expensive to own than gasoline powered vehicles. If you are still on the fence about switching to a Hyundai EV model, we’ll explain all the electric vehicle benefits and other things to consider like MPGe and the actual costs of electricity.
You can receive up to $4,500 in added savings from a California Clean Vehicle Rebate. You may also find local utilities and other state incentives.
No need to stop at a gas station multiple times a week when you can wake up to a fully charged Hyundai EV every morning.
Whether you choose a Hyundai EV, plug-in hybrid, hybrid, or fuel cell model, you would be contributing much less emissions.
Drive solo in carpool lanes where available.
Electric motors deliver instant torque.
Regenerative Brakes convert energy into electricity, which charges the battery and gives you more range.
Electric vehicles use only electric motors powered entirely by batteries, while plug-in hybrids use both an electric motor and gasoline engine. EVs have larger battery capacities than plug-in hybrids, so all electric vehicles will give you further electric range. Plug-in hybrids can go in all-electric mode for a shorter range, but plug-in hybrid Hyundai models also have the option to travel in hybrid mode.
Both hybrid and plug-in hybrid Hyundai models use a battery-powered electric motor and gasoline engine, plug-in hybrids have bigger batteries than hybrids. The bigger battery in the plug-in hybrid provides the option of driving in all-electric mode. While both hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles recharge their batteries with regenerative braking, plug-in hybrid batteries can also be quickly recharged with an electrical outlet.
California offers many incentives for drivers interested in electrified Hyundai vehicles. The amount of savings, tax credit, or incentives you can qualify for will depend on where you live. Click here to find state incentives.
Hyundai currently offers 9 electrified models: 2 electric vehicles, 2 plug-in hybrids, 4 hybrids, and 1 fuel cell vehicle. You can always talk with a member of our sales team who can help you decide which electrified Hyundai model would be perfect for you.
Hyundai Fuel cell vehicles are powered by an electric motor similar to EVs, But their battery is recharged by a fuel cell stack that transforms liquid hydrogen into electricity. Refueling a hydrogen tank is very similar to filling a normal gas tank and takes about the same amount of time. There are a limited number of hydrogen fueling stations, so you can use our map to find the ones closest to you.
California allows electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and fuel cell vehicles to qualify for carpool and HOV lane access.
Currently the Hyundai IONIQ 5 RWD has the longest electric range based on EPA estimates. With a fully charged battery, you can expect up to 303 miles.
Regenerative braking transforms the wheels’ rotations into electricity, which is then stored in the vehicle’s battery adding to better efficiency and range. The Hyundai IONIQ 5, KONA Electric and NEXO Fuel Cell include control paddles behind the steering wheel that let you choose from different levels of regenerative braking.
Hyundai electrified models no longer have to rely on gasoline as the only power source. In fact, fully-electric and fuel cell Hyundai models don’t use any fossil fuel at all. Two of the most most common questions many EV shoppers ask is, “How do I charge my electric vehicle?” and “Is it hard to own an EV?” We’re here to answer these questions and more.
If you’re considering a Hyundai EV or a plug-in hybrid in Moreno Valley, it’s important to know the different options of electric vehicle chargers out there and how efficient they are.
The Level 1 charger is the easiest home charging option, since you easily plug into a standard 120V AC outlet. Level 1 charging takes significantly longer than other charging options, but it is the cheapest and easiest option.
The Level 2 charger is the faster way to charge your EV at home. Level 2 charging requires equipment that plugs into a 240V AC outlet, which is typically reserved for larger appliances such as a clothes dryers or water heater. Getting a fully charged vehicle can take as little as 7 hours with a Level 2 charger depending on the model and various conditions.
Level 3 chargers are found at public locations like charging stations and shopping centers–check. Utilizing over 480 volts, DC fast chargers can take your vehicle from 10% to 80% in as fast as 25-64 minutes. Even better chargers such as a 350-kW, 800V DC ultra-fast charger can power up a new Hyundai IONIQ 5 from 10 to 80% in as little as 18 minutes, adding about 68 miles of range after only 5 minutes of charging.
With the network of DC fast-charging stations expanding across the country, you can easily find many public chargers in our area. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 and KONA Electric also qualify for limited complimentary charging with Electrify America.
Electrify America has built an expansive network of DC fast-charging stations across the country, so there is no need to worry about a lack of public charging stations. Purchasing a new Hyundai IONIQ 5 or KONA Electric, you can also get limited complimentary charging with Electrify America.
One of the best reasons to switch to a Hyundai electric vehicle is lower overall energy costs. To make it easier to understand the difference between electric and gasoline vehicles, the EPA created MPGe which stands for “miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent.
MPGe is the distance an electric vehicle can travel on 33.7 kWh of electricity, which is the energy equivalent of one gallon of gas. So, the Hyundai KONA Electric has a 120 Combined MPGe while the gas-powered Hyundai KONA has 32 MPG Combined.* Based on a cost of $4.00 per gallon for a gas and $.25 per KwH of electricity, traveling 100 miles would cost $12.00 in gas for the KONA and just $7.00 for the KONA Electric.
You can also use MPGe to compare other different types of electrified vehicles. For instance, NEXO Fuel Cell has 61 Combined MPGe while the Hyundai TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid has 80 Combined MPGe.
The overall energy capacity of an EV battery stores less energy compared to gas tanks, so electric cars typically have a slightly lower total range compared to vehicles with large gas tanks. While this means you have to recharging an electric vehicle more often, it is still cheaper due to electricity costing much less than gasoline. Also, the convenience of being able to charge you EV overnight gives you full range every morning without having to stop at gas stations.
The range of both electric and gas vehicles are negatively affected by cold weather, aggressive driving, cargo weight, and amount of passengers. Using the air conditioning can also lower a hybrid’s driving range.
Gas powertrains get their best MPG on the highway, but electric vehicles get better range in the city, thanks to regenerative braking. This means an electric vehicle would be a better option for Moreno Valley drivers who often use their vehicle for commutes to and from work.
Less than 40% of energy produced by gasoline engines actually power the vehicle, and the rest is wasted as heat. Electric powertrains lose little energy as heat when charging, but they’re still up to 90% efficient.
The NEXO Fuel Cell vehicle runs exclusively on hydrogen. Refueling the NEXO at a hydrogen station takes just 5 minutes and is similar to pumping gas.
When it comes to charging an electric vehicle, regenerative braking helps extend the range. When you coast or brake the vehicle, the wheels’ rotations convert into electricity, which is stored in the battery. The Hyundai IONIQ 5, KONA Electric and NEXO Fuel Cell all include control paddles behind the steering wheel, which let you choose from different levels of regenerative braking.
Higher levels of regenerative braking offers more energy capture when decelerating. On The IONIQ 5 you can take advantage of the i-Pedal function which engages the brakes when you release the accelerator, slowing the vehicle to a complete stop.
Lower levels of regenerative braking captures less energy but offers smoother coasting when you release the accelerator pedal.
Activating the Smart Regeneration System automatically adjusts the regenerative braking level according to the speed and distance of the vehicle in front of you.
With Hyundai Home, you can make your house as electrified as your electric vehicle. Hyundai Home gives you the power to take charge of your electricity with solar panels and a 240-volt (Level 2) charger.
You can easily plug your vehicle into a standard 120V AC outlet at your home and get from 0% to a full charge in 10 hours or more. The optionally installed Level 2 charger is much faster but requires specialized equipment that plugs into a 240V AC outlet. Level 2 chargers are generally what EV drivers prefer but require installation.
Public charging stations typically use Level 3 DC fast chargers and can take your vehicle from 10% to 80% in as little as 25-64 minutes, depending on your model. Some public charging stations offer a Level 4 350-kW, 800V DC ultra-fast charger that can power up a Hyundai IONIQ 5 from 10 to 80% in 18 minutes.
Yes, the regenerative braking system in Hyundai electrified models turn the kinetic energy from the brakes into electricity, which is stored in the battery. This regenerative braking makes electric vehicles a better option for city drivers since you will be braking often.
You can charge your Hyundai EV as much as you need to get to where you are going. It doesn’t need to be charged to 100% every time. There is also no specific time that’s best to charge an EV, but drivers usually charge overnight so they can wake up to a fully charged vehicle.
Typically, electricity costs are lowest from 11 PM to 7 AM when energy demand is lowest. You can check with your local power/energy company for more precise off-peak times.
Currently the furthest you can get on a single charge is up to an EPA-est. 303 miles with the Hyundai IONIQ 5 and EPA-est. 258 miles with the Hyundai KONA Electric. Our plug-in hybrid models can expect up to an EPA-est. 33 miles in all-electric mode with the TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid and EPA-est. 30 miles with the SANTA FE Plug-in Hybrid.
It is possible for EV range to be affected by cold temperatures. Cold temperatures can reduce a vehicle’s range by about 20 percent and recharging your EV can sometimes take longer in warm weather.
Like gasoline vehicles, faster acceleration and higher speeds use more power and drain the battery quicker. To get the most range, it is recommended to maintain a controlled driving style. Braking the vehicle slowly can help the regenerative brakes capture more energy for the battery, which may extend your vehicle’s range.
Hyundai’s lineup has evolved to include a wide array of electrified vehicles. These changes have lead to next-level technology and driving fun, and they support our belief in a more sustainable future. Our goal is that every Hyundai model sold in major global markets will be an electrified vehicle by 2040, with the aim of our company being 100% carbon neutral by 2045. We want to make your electric journey as easy as possible with complimentary charging for our electric vehicles, home energy charging solutions, and a great electric vehicle battery warranty.
We believe in a better tomorrow, and that’s why we’re investing billions of dollars in electric and alternative fuel vehicles. We have the ability to help build a greener and more accessible world for our future children.
Easily charge your electric Hyundai vehicle with the help of Hyundai Home. Hyundai Home gives you the power to take charge of your electricity with solar panels, energy storage systems, and a 240-volt (Level 2) charger.
The most coinvent aspect of owning an EV is being able to charge at home. With the installed 240-volt (Level 2) charger, you can charge up to 3 to 7 times faster than a 110-volt outlet.
You can easily save money on electricity by capturing the power of the sun. Our solar panels are the most efficient way to generate your own electricity and reduce your carbon footprint. We can even help save excess solar energy in an Energy Storage System for future use.
The Energy Storage System stores the solar panels’ excess electricity for future use, so no energy is wasted. You can have energy saved for nights, peak usage hours, and power blackouts.
We want you to feel confident in choosing a Hyundai electrified model. Which is why we offer a 10 years/100,000 miles warranty for your vehicle’s battery.
Evolving the way we live with electricity.
Take charge of your home’s electricity production with Hyundai Home. Hyundai Home gives you an easy way to produce, store, and use your own energy with solar panels. You can even include energy storage systems and the Level 2 ChargePoint® Home Flex EV charger to take full advantage of your new Hyundai Home.
The biggest convenience of driving an electric vehicle is the ability to charge at home. With the 240-volt Level 2 ChargePoint® Home Flex EV charger, you can charge your Hyundai EV up to 9 times faster than with a conventional 110-volt outlet.
Solar panels are an efficient way to create your own electricity for your home appliances and electric vehicle. No need to rely on your local power company when you can take charge of your own energy production.
You can store the extra energy from your solar panels in the Energy Storage System. The Energy Storage System stores your excess electricity for future use, such as powering your home at night, during peak power usage hours, and during blackouts.
Hyundai Home is a service that enables customers to order and arrange for the installation of solar panels, home energy storage unit(s), and a home EV charger. This ecosystem complements Hyundai’s new lineup of IONIQ EVs. Contact us at Premier Hyundai of Moreno Valley to get started with the installation of your Hyundai Home equipment.
Solar energy production and electric vehicles are still a new and complex industry. Consumers waste hours researching what solar products to use, and which ones are compatible for their needs. Consumers interested in solar energy often get discouraged with the amount of work, but Hyundai Home simplifies this process. Through a “one-stop-shop” marketplace website, Hyundai and its partner Electrum have done all the work, so you can easily:
Purchasing through Hyundai Home helps streamline the solar process, both pre-and post-sale.
The difference is that with Hyundai Home, you can expect an outstanding customer experience that combines Hyundai’s leadership in customer care with class-leading partners in energy and electrification. Launching Hyundai Home in collaboration with these solar industry experts is the perfect way to introduce customers to a more streamlined way to access solar energy and EV charging solutions. With Hyundai Home, you’re free to pick and choose which components are right for you from a selection of different manufacturers, we are just here to help guide you through the process.
Hyundai Home also provides a personalized purchase process and consistent touchpoints throughout your EV journey, making your transition to solar power, home electrification, and living sustainably as seamless as possible.
Yes! The Hyundai Home energy ecosystem has the ability to generate as much clean, sustainable, solar energy as your house may need. The only real solar energy limitation is the roof space you have available for solar panels.
Once you have installed all necessary solar equipment, every device and appliance in your home, including your EV charger, will utilize power from the new solar energy grid. Whenever you generate more solar power than you consume, the energy can be stored for later use.
Solar panels, solar energy storage systems, and the ChargePoint® Home Flex EV charger are now available at HyundaiHomeMarketplace.com. You can always contact us at Premier Hyundai of Moreno Valley for any help getting started.
Hyundai started these partnerships to offer end-to-end components and services right out of the gate through the Hyundai Home Marketplace website. By purchasing solar equipment through Hyundai Home, you can be assured that all of your solar components will work together, and be backed by product and installation warranties from reputable companies.
Hyundai Home will offer the ChargePoint® Home Flex EV charger, a 240-volt, Level 2 in-home charger that is highly configurable and allows you to set the charging speeds and amperage that is fit for your needs and your home’s electrical panel.
Since Hyundai does not manufacture in-home EV chargers, we chose to partner with ChargePoint® to ensure that our customers have access to one of the most highly-rated home EV charging systems available.
Every home is unique, so solar components are priced based on your individual needs and requirements. At-home EV wall chargers will be competitively priced, while solar power equipment such as solar panels and storage units are priced by the manufacturer, with varying installation costs. Our goal is to offer transparency and price consistency, which will make it easy for you to understand and choose whether you want to purchase one or more components from Hyundai Home.
At launch, no. However, Hyundai is still considering different financial options to offer you the best products and energy solutions.
This could be possible. However, your specific situation must be examined on an individual basis by a home energy consultant and installation professional, as there are many factors at play (age of panels, panels’ energy production, differing technology, etc.). In addition, new components may not be compatible with an existing solar panel system, so new inspections and permits will be needed to ensure everything is up to code and functioning properly.
Since each system is customized for your specific home, installation costs will vary. Variables that may affect costs can include things such as where the charger will be installed relative to the home’s electrical panel, condition of the home’s wiring, and similar considerations. Due to this variability, installation costs are separate from component pricing.
There may be opportunities for cost savings when it comes to bundling components; however, Hyundai cannot share hard figures at this time.
All systems come with a minimum one-year production and performance guarantee (except where excluded by law), provided by the electrician contracted to install your system. Certain markets offer extended installation warranties. Additional information regarding product and installation warranties can be found at the Hyundai Home Marketplace.
At this time, there is no buy-back policy available once components are installed.
Hyundai encourages interested customers to always check with their Homeowners’ Associations (HOAs), landlords, and/or building managers on permissibility of installing EV wall chargers and solar components in their residences. Please note that Hyundai Home products are only available for residential use.
At this time, Hyundai is working on connecting the MyHyundai app with related control systems for solar and EV charging. Stay tuned for more information.