Range figures don't mean much without some reference to the particular test or evaluation standard. eg a WLTP figure will typically be around 20-30% higher than the US EPA figure. And then the manufacturer's own figures could be different again, if they use their own test regime. Hyundai are rumoured to be relatively conservative in their own figures, but probably still higher than EPA estimates. Then actual real-world figures (ie as opposed to standardised test figures) won't become clear until testers have the opportunity to drive actual examples under different road and weather conditions, over different speed profiles etc.
which I usually find to be a reasonably good guide to real-world range suggests overall ranges of 240/230/220 miles for the Premium/sport/Sport Plus models respectively, but as yet these can only be initial estimates of course. If you then dig into the details for each model, for the Sport model as an example it shows:
City = 230 miles; Highway = 165; Combined/Mixed = 195 (COLD weather performance)
City = 335 miles; Highway = 210; Combined/Mixed = 265 (MILD weather performance)
So, as ever with EVs (and indeed fossil cars too), the range depends on many factors.