This week’s 10 biggest news: Hyundai Ioniq 5 Vs. Kia EV6… Vs. GMC Hummer EV | News

Like twins, the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 and 2022 Kia EV6 – offspring of the parent company Hyundai-Kia – share many family characteristics but are actually quite different. Both are South Korean-made, all-electric compact SUVs with long range and share an electric platform. And even if that’s not where the similarities end, they really are not identical twins … not even polar twins (sorry, just wanted to get the most out of a redundant Google search on twins); In one of’s most popular news articles over the past week, we analyze the many characteristics that show that these two electric cars are products of separate zygotes – from head to toe. myth.

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Ioniq 5 and EV6 differ in the number of batteries available; starting price; sporty style versus pragmatism; free height; accommodation for car seats; degrees of vicious circle; center console configuration; stereo controls, switch to tune; cargo space; traction capacity; visibility; and free DC fast charging offers and warranties. Want to know which one has the benefit of each? Find complete information on each of these contrasts below in the link to our number 3 news article for the week.

In much, much bigger all-electric news (measured in pure mass anyway), sixth place in this week’s countdown goes to reviewer Aaron Bragman’s extensive critique of the all-new, bar-creating 2023 GMC Hummer EV pickup. Yes, the iconic Hummer is back to conjure up images of Arnold Schwarzenegger pulling up to the zillionth Planet Hollywood opening or the “Entourage” roles of Urth Caffe – but not conjure up images of LA smog and rising sea levels for a change. This is because this Hummer hums entirely on battery-powered power at an estimated 329 miles per full charge. It’s as cool as you (by mistake, perhaps) remember the early 2000s.

Given the dissatisfaction with the luxury interior materials in relation to the truck’s six-digit starting price and its efficiency limitations for towing, Bragman’s review otherwise foreshadows Hummer as the one to beat for anyone who comes after. He praises the pickup’s fantastic 3-second acceleration of 0-60 km / h, tight turns, agility on or off the asphalt, style flourishes and smart LED details – and further characterizes the Hummer EV as basically a 9,000 pound advertisement for GM’s truck. tech.

“I am now much more curious about the upcoming Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra EVs than I was before, after getting a sample of the technology that will seep into the upcoming trucks in the coming years,” writes Bragman. “Until then, the Hummer EV is still the most amazing all-terrain vehicle available.”

For Bragman’s full review, follow the link below to this week’s article # 6.

In addition, we have headlines about the Kia Sportage, Honda HR-V, Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid and much more – so do not stop reading until the numbers double. Here are the top 10 news that readers could not get enough of in the past week:

1. Here are the 11 cheapest electric vehicles you can buy

2. Mix regular gas with premium to save money at the pump

3. Hyundai Ioniq 5 Vs. Kia EV6: What exactly is the difference between the two?

4. Which cars have self-driving functions for 2022?

5. 2023 The Kia Sportage Hybrid’s starting price of $ 28,545 is below the competition

6. 2023 GMC Hummer EV Pickup Review: Fantastic in almost every way

7. What you need to know before buying an electric vehicle: A buying guide

8. 2023 Honda HR-V grows in size, shrinks in peculiarity

9. 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid: Real-World Electric Range

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