Hyundai has issued complete details on its upcoming Ioniq.
The Ioniq initially debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, and we can now confirm the brand new eco-hatchback will start from £19,995 as a hybrid. Fully electric and plug-in versions will be released later on, along with their pricing details. The Ioniq Hybrid SE is the base model, and features 15-inch alloy wheels, autonomous emergency braking, and lane-keep assist. Additionally, the car has cruise control, plus a Bluetooth integrated DAB sytem.
The Premium option starts at £21,795, and for the extra money, drivers will gain keyless start, heated seats and steering wheel, sat-nav with Apple CarPlay, a 7 inch display, and a lot more. For the slight increase in cost, it looks as though drivers will definitely get their money’s worth in the higher end options for the Ioniq. All models of the Ioniq will come with the same engine, a 1.6-litre petrol mated to a six-speed duel clutch automatic, which kicks out 139bhp and shoots the Ioniq from 0-62mph in 10.8 seconds.
The Hyundai Ioniq will go on sale from October.