Hyundai shows love for national parks
The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid debuts in the world of automobiles having been designed and built in 2017. Fresh to death, the Ioniq Hybrid is a fuel-efficient alternative in a world that calls for eco-efficient strategies aiming to reduce the effects of global warming. The Korean automaker Hyundai has developed the first ever eco-friendly vehicle in it best design that offers three various powertrains; plug-in hybrid, hybrid and well it is all electric.
• So what exterior features does Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid offer?
Having won the Best Design Awards -2017 for its uniqueness, it has an aerodynamic shape with a grille signature, standard proportions, and smooth body lines. You will have to choose from three designs offered that are: Blue trim, SEL trim and Limited trim.
• How does the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid perform?
Despite the three trims the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is designed in, the powertrain remains the same across the board, that is, a 1.6 liter GDI Atkinson 4-cylinder engined paired to a 32kW motor to power your way through Parks Terrain. For smooth operations, the eco-vehicle has a 6-speed eco-shift dual-clutch. Additionally, it gets a 104 horsepower & a 109 lb-feet of torque, with the capability to increase to 139 net horse-power.
Whereas its performance is lower compared to it competitors, it makes –up for these with fuel efficiency rates. This differs across the three trims where the blue trim can reach up 58 mpg, 3mpg above the Sel trim and Limited trim. Such specs are better when compared to others. This makes the Ioniq Hybrid the most fuel-efficient automobile without a plug ever to be sold in the United States.
The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid compared to the Tesla model D is way much affordable with a starting price of at $23,035 whereas the Tesla model D starts from $75,070.