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Hyundai Ioniq 5 named as Move Electric's Best Electric Car
Inaugural awards from our sister title include wins for the Hyundai Ioniq 5, as well as the Citroën Ami and Mercedes EQXX...
The Ioniq 5 beat five other finalists, including the BMW iX luxury SUV, the Polestar 2 executive car and the Porsche Taycan sports car, to take the overall Best Electric Car title in the awards, held by What Car?'s sister title dedicated to e-mobility.
Hyundai also won the E-business of the Year Award, recognising the Korean firm's advances in electric vehicle technology and mobility.
Other winners included the Citroën Ami electric quadricycle, which won the Innovation Award for "offering a unique alternative to other transport options".
The upcoming Mercedes EQXX electric four-door coupé was also honoured, taking the Best Use of Electricity Award. The EQXX will have the longest official range of any electric car when it goes on sale in 2023, promising up to 620 miles between charges.
Elsewhere, Tesla boss Elon Musk became the first person to be inducted into the Move Electric Hall of Fame.
The full list of winners is below.
Best Electric Car – Hyundai Ioniq 5
Best Electric Bike – Ribble Hybrid AL e
Best Electric Motorbike – Super Soco TC Maxx
Best Use of Electricity – Mercedes EQXX concept car
Innovation Award – Citroën Ami
Breakthrough Award – Lime Mobility
E-leader of the Year – Graeme Cooper, head of future markets at the National Grid
E-business of the Year – Hyundai Motor Group
Best of British Award – Fully Charged
Move Electric Hall of Fame – Elon Musk, CEO, Tesla
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