Hyundai IONIQ
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Introducing the Hyundai IONIQ Range Hybrid | Plug-In Hybrid | Electric
Hyundai IONIQ Electric Pure electric, pure satisfaction

The Hyundai IONIQ continues to be the only vehicle on sale in the UK with the choice of three different powertrain options - A self-charging hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and fully electric. No matter what kind of journeys you do, there's an IONIQ to suit, all offering class-leading running costs. However, IONIQ is not all about reducing emissions and lowered running costs, Hyundai has designed the IONIQ to also be fun to drive with ride and handling characteristics that make driving a pleasure.

IONIQ Hybrid & Plug-In Hybrid

The IONIQ Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid both combine a 1.6-litre GDI petrol engine with a Lithium-ion Polymer battery pack, 1.6kWh in the Hybrid and 8.9kWh in the Plug-in, to boost efficiency and driving pleasure. For peace-of-mind, the hybrid batteries have an 8-year warranty.

Sleek & Efficient Styling

New Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid Front
Styling of the Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid versions of the IONIQ are very similar, with the only differences being the wheel designs (15- and 17-inches on the Hybrid, 16-inches on the Plug-In), and the addition of a charging point on the front wing of the Plug-In. The stylish coupe-style design of the IONIQ not only looks good, but also aids efficiency thanks to improved aerodynamics - the IONIQ achieves a class-leading 0.24 coefficient of drag.
New Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid Rear
Styling of the Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid versions of the IONIQ are very similar, with the only differences being the wheel designs (15- and 17-inches on the Hybrid, 16-inches on the Plug-In), and the addition of a charging point on the front wing of the Plug-In. The stylish coupe-style design of the IONIQ not only looks good, but also aids efficiency thanks to improved aerodynamics - the IONIQ achieves a class-leading 0.24 coefficient of drag.
Hyundai IONIQ LED Headlights
LED headlights, which are available on selected models, improve visibility for the driver at night, while also reducing energy consumption compared to traditional Halogen headlights. It’s a similar story at the rear, when LED combination lamps ensure you’re easily seen by other road users.
Hyundai IONIQ LED Rear Lights
LED headlights, which are available on selected models, improve visibility for the driver at night, while also reducing energy consumption compared to traditional Halogen headlights. It’s a similar story at the rear, when LED combination lamps ensure you’re easily seen by other road users.
Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid Grille
The IONIQ’s black mesh-effect grille features chrome accents to create a modern and elegant look that’s instantly part of the Hyundai family. Hidden within the grille are the car’s active air flaps, that open to increase engine cooling, or close when this is not required to improve aerodynamics at speed.

Comfortable & Spacious Interior

Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid Interior
Inside the IONIQ Hybrid & Plug-In Hybrid you’ll find an interior that’s simply, spacious, light, and comfortable. The switchgear is logically laid out and clutter free to make driving easier. The efficient theme of the exterior is continued inside, with lightweight materials being specially chosen to reduce weight without compromising quality.

Charging, Range & Efficiency

The IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid runs in full electric mode until the battery is depleted (after up to 39 miles from a full charge), at which point the car will revert to running the same way as the Hybrid IONIQ. In hybrid mode, the IONIQ will run on petrol, electricity, or a combination of the two, depending on which is the most efficient option for the current situation.
The IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid runs in full electric mode until the battery is depleted (after up to 39 miles from a fully charge), at which point the car will revert to running the same way as the Hybrid IONIQ. In hybrid mode, the IONIQ will run on petrol, electricity, or a combination of the two, depending on which is the most efficient option for the current situation.
The IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid runs in full electric mode until the battery is depleted (after up to 39 miles from a fully charge), at which point the car will revert to running the same way as the Hybrid IONIQ. In hybrid mode, the IONIQ will run on petrol, electricity, or a combination of the two, depending on which is the most efficient option for the current situation.
The IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid runs in full electric mode until the battery is depleted (after up to 39 miles from a fully charge), at which point the car will revert to running the same way as the Hybrid IONIQ. In hybrid mode, the IONIQ will run on petrol, electricity, or a combination of the two, depending on which is the most efficient option for the current situation.
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Charging

Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Charging
Recharging the Plug-In’s battery is simple. Use the provided Type-2 charging cable into your home or public charger and the batter will be recharged to 100% in around 2 hours 15 minutes. The IONIQ Plug-In also comes with an In-Cable Control Box (ICCB) Emergency 3 Pin Connector that can be used when travelling to places with no other dedicated charging solutions. Charging using this method takes approximately 6 hours.
Hyundai IONIQ Regenerative Braking
The Hybrid IONIQ is self-charging so it doesn’t require plugging in. The battery is re-charged by recouping energy as the car slows down (regenerative braking), or the petrol engine can be used as a generator to add extra energy to the battery. The Plug-In IONIQ also partially recharges its battery this way if the battery’s energy is depleted before you can plug it in.

Keeping You Connected & On-Track

New Hyundai IONIQ Satellite Navigation
The IONIQ’s satellite navigation system (where fitted) features a 5-year subscription to Hyundai’s LIVE Services, which provides real-time access to traffic information to help you avoid jams, petrol station locations, weather, points-of-interest, and parking options. All models offer Apple CarPlay & Android Auto support, allowing you operate many of your phone’s functions from the car’s touchscreen.
New Hyundai IONIQ BlueLink
Plug-In Hybrid versions of the IONIQ are available with Blue Link, the ultimate in connectivity. Simply download the application form your smartphone’s app store and enjoy a range of additional features including the ability to lock and unlock the car remotely, schedule charging, send a destination to the car’s satellite navigation, check the vehicle’s health with remote diagnostics, and be guided to where you parked your car if it’s slipped your mind.
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IONIQ Electric

The IONIQ Electric is fitted with a 38.3 kWH Lithium-ion battery pack, which combined with it's superb aerodynamics provides a range of 194 miles between charges (tested under WLTP regulations, dependent on driving conditions).

Stunningly Efficient Design

Hyundai IONIQ Electric Front 3/4
The IONIQ Electric has many of the same styling features you’ll find on its Hybrid and Plug-in cousins, including the coupe-like silhouette. However, because the IONIQ Electric doesn’t need to cool a petrol engine, the solid front grille has been designed with distinctive chevrons and active air flaps which further optimise the aerodynamics.
Hyundai IONIQ Electric Rear 3/4
The IONIQ Electric has many of the same styling features you’ll find on its Hybrid and Plug-in cousins, including the coupe-like silhouette. However, because the IONIQ Electric doesn’t need to cool a petrol engine, the solid front grille has been designed with distinctive chevrons and active air flaps which further optimise the aerodynamics.

Driver-Focussed Interior

Hyundai IONIQ Electric Interior
As with the exterior, much of the interior is shared with the IONIQ Hybrid and Plug-in. The exception to this is the centre console, where you will find pushbutton gear selectors and a vertical smartphone holder which offers Qi wireless charging.

Charging & Range

Hyundai IONIQ Electric
IONIQ Electric can be charged in a variety of ways, at home or on the go. You can also schedule your charging based on desired departure time and take advantage of lower cost night-time electricity rates. A 7kW home wall charger can provide a 100% charge in 6 hours 5 minutes. Using a public 50kW DC charger, 80% charge can be achieved in approximately 57 minutes.
Hyundai IONIQ Electric Range
Thanks to its 38.3 kWH Lithium-ion battery pack, the IONIQ Electric can travel up to 194 miles between charges. This figure is based on the new, tougher WLTP testing programme, which should provide a more realistic range estimate than the old NEDC test. If you should need to recharge mid-journey, the satellite navigation system can guide you to the nearest charge point.
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IONIQ Hybrid A driving experience with no compromises
IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid Ultra-low emissions at your command
IONIQ Electric Zero tailpipe emissions, maximum enjoyment

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