The new Hyundai Ioniq has officially maintained its maximum rating of five stars from the independent Euro NCAP for crash safety. The Ioniq Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Electric versions of the New Ioniq all keep this maximum score.
Hyundai Motor is launching connectivity and design enhancements for the new Ioniq. As of its launch in 2016, the Ioniq was the world’s first car planned from the start to offer three electrified powertrains – hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric. The Ioniq now gets added technological features and a refreshed look
Hyundai Motor is showcasing what it describes as a heavily revised model of its Ioniq Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid. An enhanced Ioniq Electric is planned to follow soon after
Hyundai Motor has launched an extension to its Scrappage & Emissions Reduction scheme which offers customers up to £5,000 off the price of a new car, making it easier and more affordable than ever to drive a new, lower emission vehicle
The new Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid goes on sale in the UK this month, priced from £24,995, including the £2500 Plug In Car Grant. Hyundai’s Plug-in Hybrid is the third and final variant of the Ioniq line-up – the first car in the world to offer three electrified powertrains within one body type