A combined battery and gas range of up to 620 miles? Check. Option of driving in all-electric mode? Check. Special access to HOV lanes? Check. When it comes to perks, IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid’s a stylish way of checking all of the above.
Lower wind resistance helps boost range, which is why IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid has a sleek, streamlined profile with an integrated spoiler in the back and wheel air curtains up front.
With IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid, looks can get you pretty far. Literally. Its sweeping, streamlined shape and lines lower the drag coefficient, giving you better electric range and fuel efficiency.
Charge in less than 7 hours at home with a standard 110V/120V outlet or get a full charge in 2 hours, 15 minutes with a 240V charger.
Lower both sides of the 60/40 split-folding seatback to get over 119 cu. ft. of interior space, easily accessible with a hatch that automatically releases when your Proximity Key’s near.
Lots of space means loads of comfort, especially with available options like a power driver seat with lumbar support, heated front seats and leather seating surfaces.
The available 10.25-inch touchscreen is both a smart interface and smart-looking centerpiece of the contemporary interior.
When the system detects a vehicle or pedestrian in your path, it warns you of a potential collision. If you don’t begin stopping in time, the system may automatically apply braking.
Your vehicle warns you through audio and visual cues if your vehicle drifts out of its driving lane without signaling. If necessary, it will gently apply corrective steering assistance to keep you inside the lane.
Your Hyundai notifies you with a visual alert when its radars detect a vehicle in your blind spot area. If you try to change lanes in this situation, an audio warning will sound.
To help make reversing safer, especially when you’re backing out of a parking space with limited visibility, the Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning lets you know if its sensors detect a vehicle approaching from the left or right.