Hyundai IONIQ comes to break schemes. Its body offers the innovative possibility to install plug-in hybrid hybrid or pure electric technology. Hyundai wants to break the schemes of electric and hybrid vehicles as we know it. So far only the Toyota Prius offered more than one different hybrid propulsion range scheme: normal and plug-in plug-in. Now the South Korean brand raised that range to the cube: the new IONIQ can hold a one hundred per cent electrical mechanics hybrid or plug-in hybrid. Are we facing the great rival of the Toyota Prius?
Hyundai IONIQ is a compact car that promises as well as maximum efficiency in its three modes of propulsion 'fun at the wheel and an attractive design'. Its name is the essence of the car: 'ion' its ultra lithium ion batteries game efficient; and the rest of 'unique' since it offer mechanical offering is unique in the market.
Hyundai IONIQ chassis is specific and is designed to accommodate the three options of alternative propulsion that we talked about: the 100% electric EV which feeds only on lithium-ion batteries; the variant hybrid as we know it with a petrol engine and charge the battery with the movement of the car; and the plug-in hybrid PHEV connectable to the stream to load the car with electricity.
' Vision of the future of mobility of Hyundai Motors focuses on the power of choice with a variety of options of power to adapt to the different lifestyles of our customers. The IONIQ responsible for the vision of changing the paradigm of the automotive and mobility of the future ' recognizes the head of Hyundai Motor R & D Center Yang Woong-Chul.
Hyundai IONIQ will present to the world in Korea in January. Afterwards will travel around the globe in two key early year quotes: Geneva Motor Show and the Hall of New York both in the month of March.
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