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It's still more expensive than the Hyundai Ioniq and Kia Niro.

The standard safety system adds value, though.

Or, choose a fully electric Ioniq for $30,035.

Not only is it more fuel efficient than the Toyota Prius, it's also around $2,000 cheaper.

Expect a big marketing push in March.

The plug-in hybrid variant should be available by this September.

Russia to launch hyperloop project this year; India gets 100% biodiesel bus.

Russia could launch a hyperloop project this December. Hyundai prices and specs Ioniq for the UK. India launches a biodiesel bus route. Elio unveils its E-Series test car.

This is way beyond the 110-mile Ioniq EV coming later this year

Until plug-in vehicle buyers stop caring about all-electric range - and who knows when that might happen - the distance an EV can travel on a full charge will remain an important selling point. Most US drivers go less than 40 miles a day, but that's not stopping at least two high-profile automakers from building a 200-mile EV. Both the Chevy Bolt EV and the Tesla Model 3 are shooting for this target.

The South Korean automaker wants to be a segment leader.

Hyundai Motor Group has a lineup of 26 green vehicles on the way, and if the growth in the segment is a success, it be second place in the market by 2020.

Hyundai's electrified Ioniq might just be the green star of this year's New York Auto Show, offering consumers hybrid, plug-in, and all-electric options.

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