Curious on how fair you thought this discussion was. Couple of things I noticed:
1) He claims they are tied in availability, even though the Ioniq EV is already heavily in production, available overseas & expected next month in the US. The Model 3 hasn't even started production yet, and if you reserve now, you won't be getting one until late 2018 or 2019.
2) He claims the price is $32.5k for the Ioniq, when it really starts at ~$30k.
3) Comparing 0-60 times & top speeds are better performance indicators than horsepower, which doesn't take into consideration weight. The Tesla will be much heavier, so those horsepower numbers exaggerate the difference in performance.
4) Why not talk about the Ioniq's strengths, like efficiency?
Tech of tomorrow vs. tech of today... can you really say you are getting the "tech of tomorrow" if your Model 3 isn't coming until late 2018 or worse?