This is the Hyundai IONIQ, official images from all angles

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The Hyundai IONIQ shows the full officially

This is the Hyundai IONIQ. The Korean company has just released today a new set of official images that complement those from a few days ago. The new environmentally friendly vehicle developed to rival the Toyota Prius is shown from all angles, although a long time ago that what we saw in pictures are not official.

Hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric, all-in-one

this Is the first hybrid Hyundai and the first model that will offer variants hybrid, hybrid plug-in and electric in the same body. The IONIQ is built on a new platform specially developed for hybrid vehicles built with lightweight materials –high-strength steel and aluminum– to reduce its weight without losing resistance.

Hyundai declares that not only has taken into account its ecological character but also the IONIQ is characterised by its excellent driving dynamics and handling. The battery set is located below the level of the seats for better weight distribution and low center of gravity.

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hybrid variant, the Hyundai IONIQ announced a new gasoline engine 1.6 l enjoying a excellent thermal efficiency of 40% 105 HP and 147 Nm of torque coupled to a engine power of 43.5 BHP and 256 Nm of torque. Both engines send all its energy to the front axle through the new automatic transmission of double clutch of six relationships especially designed to work with these engines.

The batteries of the IONIQ hybrid are located in the rear axle. The rival Korean Prius promises a consumption approved of to 3.2 litres per 100 km. In electric mode can travel at speeds of up to 120 km/h, but for the moment has not been specified as far as you can go without consuming fuel. More ahead we will explain the details of the variant 100% electric.

the interior of The IONIQ will be very technological with a digital screen of seven inches (1280x720px) behind the steering wheel in place of the classic instrument panel of dials and hands analog, connectivity Apple Car Play and Android Auto, wireless charging of smartphones and various assistances to the driving.

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