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It uses the Kona Electric's motor

It uses the Kona Electric's motor.


It sounds like he’s talking about a more powerful Ioniq Electric N

It sounds like he's talking about a more powerful Ioniq Electric N


The Hybrid, Electric and Plug-In Hybrid models arrive this summer

The Hyundai Ioniq lineup of electrified vehicles is being updated for 2019 with new safety technologies, more voice-recognition features and standard remote charge management for electric and plug-in hybrid models.


Expect a big marketing push in March.

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

First Ride

Our autonomous test run proved rather uneventful. And that's a very good thing.


Offers start in California some time in early 2017.

Want details? You can't have them, yet.

New York

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.