Future Generation Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

Hybrid propulsion is no longer a promise of the future. Its benefits are already experienced, as evidenced by the technologies, prices and style of the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, among many others.

The use of Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is as easy as possible because the driver does not have to worry about connecting the car to an outlet to charge the battery. The electric motor also acts as a generator and is complemented by the brake force regeneration system. It develops 43.5 hp and instantly delivers the maximum torque of 170 Nm, which is a strong start.

In fact, Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid can run 100 percent electric at speeds of up to 120 km/h. At the same time, the hybrid propulsion includes the Kappa 1.6 GDi direct injection petrol engine. This produces 105 horsepower and 147 Nm of torque. It has been specially adapted to be integrated in the hybrid drive and is coupled to a 6-speed automatic transmissions and double clutch for the benefit of both the efficiency of the system and car dynamics.

The two engines work together or alternately in a smooth and noise-free way. The driver can choose Eco mode for maximum efficiency, or Sport.
This adjusts steering response and transmission and changes digital graphics board instruments for a driving experience that emphasizes dynamism. The total system power stands at 141 hp and 265 Nm of torque.

Driving pleasure is complemented with systems such as automatic braking that prevents collisions or reduce their effects, lane assistant, blind spot monitoring and autopilot. All this justifies the maximum of 5 stars achieved in the Euro NCAP collision tests.

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