December 12, 2019 / Andrew McCredie / Driving

Power Trips: An electrifying road trip in a Hyundai Kona EV

Vancouver to Seattle: All-electric crossover the ideal vehicle to charge up and down the I-5


Back on the road, we were quickly up to speed — that limit, incidentally, being 112.65 km/h, or 70 mph — with a museum visit and lunch in Bellingham next on the travel itinerary. Less than a half-hour later, we pulled into a parking spot right in front of the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention located in the heart of the university town.

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