The eco-Trio on the Basis of the Hyundai Ioniq is complete: After the Hybrid and electric version starts in July, 2017 now, the Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid. Technically, the newcomer between the well-known versions. Like the regular Hybrid, it combines a petrol engine with an electric drive, however, can load up to 63 kilometres in purely electric mode the Hybrid is likely to, at best, to create two kilometers, while the electric version is expected to create 280 kilometers. And as the Name suggests, the Plug-in Version to the wall outlet.
Under the hood is the familiar gasoline engine is 1.6 GDI that makes 105 PS. An electric motor with 45 kW (61 HP) and a 8.9 kilowatt-hours-saving Lithium-Polymer battery. The system power is 141 PS the benefits don't add up here. In combination with the six-speed dual-clutch transmission, the car accelerates in 10.6 seconds to 100 km/h, top speed is 178 km/h. The standard equipment is quite extensive: Park beeper-rear, dual-zone climate control, an audio system with DAB Radio, Bluetooth support, and a Five-inch Central display with rearview camera are always on Board. The assistance systems include a Distance cruise control and an anti-collision system.
And the price is amazing: The Plug-in-Ioniq, there is 29.900 Euro. So he is by far the cheapest Plug-in Hybrid on the market. The best of the Mini Countryman with Plug-in System (36,500 euros). The VW Golf GTE, there are 36.900 Euro, for the Toyota Prius Plug-in, you pay 37.550 Euro, the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron starts at 37.900 Euro. Even expensive Plug-in models from BMW (in the 2 series Active Tourer and the 3 series). Added to this, all Plug-in models of the environmental bonus. The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid father the state is 1,500 Euro, Hyundai is involved with the same Bonus plus VAT, so that you get a discount of a total of 3.285 Euro. Thus, the purchase price is reduced to 26.615 Euro.(sl)