They are currently working on the Ioniq lineup as well as a whole new large hydrogen-powered vehicle. Expect to see this vehicle making its unveil in the same year as the Ioniq EV gets its range update.
The Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid will also be displayed at the Malaysia Autoshow 2016 which will be held at the Mines International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) from November 10 -13, 2016. Interested parties can also place their order at Hyundai’s booth. Look out for the price and full specs of the new Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid during the launch by the end of the year.
Hyundai though wants to carry on with the debut of the Ioniq with the range of 124 miles; however, they would like people to know that Hyundai will bring an EV in the range of 200 miles.
Being “inconsiderate”, I was all set to get even and give it a kicking but, sadly, it’s a perfectly decent car. Efficient, comfortable and very smooth around town. Its biggest selling point, however, will be its price. It undercuts Toyota’s Prius by a chunk.