Little more than 24 hours have passed since the south Korean company launched the first image of the Hyundai IONIQ Electric, the electric version of the model that we knew about in January, and already we have all the information of this and the rest of the alternatives of the family. As you know, the IONIQ is the new series that the company’s asian bet filled by the world of electricity, a move that includes an electric, a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid. This trio, which shares body, will be officially presented at the Geneva, although here are all the data available.
The first of this new family is the Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid, the hybrid that will attempt to wrest the throne of the Toyota Prius. Their arguments are strong, it mounts a gasoline engine 1.6 liters with 105 horsepower that is associated with another power 43.5 HP. One of its highlights is the transmission that governs the motor, which is dual-clutch and announces a major capabilities, both dynamic and functional. The model uses a lithium-ion battery of about 1,56 kWh, declaring the overall CO2 emissions of only 79 g/km and fuel consumption of 3.4 l/100 km
The series IONIQ also has a pure electric, the Hyundai IONIQ Electric. The greener choice of the three uses a heart power which develops a total power of 120 HP and 295 Nm of torque. The numbers that states are quite attractive, with a range of more than 250 km and a maximum speed of 165 km/h. In the same way the model hides under the rear seats, a battery of 28 kWh signed by LG. The fundamental difference with his brothers is the calender completely covered.
finally, the version that closes this trio uses a hybrid configuration plug-in that combines a mechanical 1.6-liter gasoline, which is associated with an electric motor of 61 HP. The Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid declares an autonomy of about 50 km mode of purely electrical hiding under your body is a lithium polymer battery with a total capacity of 8.9 kWh. The numbers that makes it official also they are able to attract, with CO2 emissions of 32g/km and a consumption of approximately 1.4 l/100 km according to the cycle NEDC.
Source – Hyundai