The family IONIQ Hyundai is already full. The Hall of Geneva motor 2017 has been the scenario chosen by the south Korean manufacturer to introduce the third and last variant that will be available in the range. The new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in. So, finally made act of presence the long-awaited Hyundai IONIQ endowed with a mechanical hybrid plug-in that allows movement in multiple ways.
The new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in is presented in the Geneva Auto show in march 2017.
Aesthetically the truth is that there are not many surprises with respect to the rest of the versions of the Hyundai IONIQ. The option hybrid, plug-in account with a few LED headlights and a wheels, 16-inch. Many of its design features are shared with the IONIQ Hybrid (not plug-in). We talk about, for example, the hexagonal grille or the LED lights in the shape of a “C” for daytime running. The socket to recharge the battery is situated in the front wing was left.
Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in, with 63 km of electric range
the Whole exterior of the Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in is designed to maximize the aerodynamic efficiency. Something that translates to the dessert in a few numbers of consumption and/or emissions very low. Its aerodynamic coefficient is only 0,24. A figure leader in its category. In a nutshell, we can say that both the exterior and interior of the IONIQ Plug-in remains almost unchanged.
And speaking of the interior, despite being equipped with a mechanical hybrid plug-in, offers a very generous both for the occupants as in the cargo area. trunk cubic 443 litres. A figure that can increase to 1.505 liters if you folded down the rear seats.
The new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in has an autonomy mode 100% power of up to 63 kilometers.
equipment new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in is very complete in many aspects. To level technological we have a dashboard digital TFT whose design will vary depending on the driving mode selected, the ability to use Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or the LIVE services of Hyundai. driving aids will also be present as the system, lane assist, cruise control intelligent, rear cross traffic alert or the detection of the dead angle.
Going to the section mechanical new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in, we find the hybrid system composed by a new engine 1.6-litre GDI petrol four-cylinder with 105 HP and 147 Nm of torque as well as a electric motor of 45 kW (61 HP) fed by a – polymer battery of 8.9 kWh lithium-ion battery respectively. Thanks to this battery, the IONIQ Plug-in is capable of circular up to 63 km in mode 100% electric.
In regards to transmission, equipped with a gearbox dual-clutch six-speed. On the other hand, and in terms of its efficiency, yields an average consumption of 1.1 litres per 100 kilometres (NEDC combined cycle) as well as CO2 emissions of just 26 grams per kilometer.