Hyundai aims to introduce a total of 22 electric vehicles into their range by 2020. With the rising costs of fuel, this seems sensible, but will the electric vehicles be as popular as their fossil fuel predecessors?
The Hyundai Ioniq is currently available in three separate guises. hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully electric. All of which will suite different drivers needs. For those only do short journeys, the fully electric version may be the best option as you will rarely need to charge it and costs will be extremely low. For those looking to fill up at the petrol station less, you may want to consider the plug in hybrid. And for those who want all the benefits of a hybrid, well… go for the hybrid. All versions of the Ioniq are well equipped and come with reversing camera, cloth seats, 15in alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, electric windows, rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control,autonomous emergency braking system and lane departure warning system as standard. Meaning that whichever trim you choose, you can be sure there will be tech galore.