Geneva 2017: Hyundai Ioniq comes in the summer

Ioniq comes in the summer

At the Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai presented the third version of its Ioniq series (-19.3.2017). From summer of the plug-in hybrid completed so far from Ioniq hybrid and model family existing Ioniq electric. The vehicle comes in the combined European standard cycle with 1.1 litres of fuel per 100 kilometers distance. This corresponds to 26 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer. These values through the electric range of up to 63 kilometres are possible.

The 45 kW / 60 HP strong electric drive capacity is powered by a lithium-polymer battery with 8.9 kilowatt hours and is a 77 kW / 105 PS strong gasoline direct injection combined. The power is transmitted via a 6-speed double clutch transmission.

The compact five-seater offers 443 litres luggage compartment, which can be enlarged up to 1505 liters. Like all Ioniq also the plug-in hybrid with an autonomous emergency braking Assistant is supplied including pedestrian detection, front collision warning system, lane and cruise control with distance control. Optionally, also blind spot Assistant and cross traffic Warner back and headlights with LED lighting are available at the plug-in hybrid. (ampnet/jri)