Ioniq Plug in Hybrid in Swindon
The new Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid boasts increased all-electric range over the standard Hybrid IONIQ, with a larger 8.9kWh battery pack. Powered by specially developed powertrain, the IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid offers a combined 141PS for effortless performance and you can switch between electric, hybrid, and petrol-only driving modes seamlessly as conditions require. An official EV range of 39 miles and an official combined range of more than 660 miles makes range anxiety a thing of the past. Choose from Premium and Premium SE trim levels. All models feature Smart Key keyless entry and an 8” touchscreen infotainment system with built-in satellite navigation.
The Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid is a stylish family car, with a sweeping roofline and model-exclusive alloy wheels. Blue body accents help distinguish the IONIQ from a regular hatch, while LED daytime running lights and LED headlights give it a unique front end.
Drive the future. The Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid combines a 1.6 GDi petrol engine with an electric motor to offer combustion engine range without the emissions. With a combined 141PS on tap, the IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid offers solid performance too.
With its spacious five-door configuration and big boot, the Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid is a perfect daily driver. This model will comfortably accommodate up to five passengers, and there’s ISOFIX child mounting points on both rear outermost seats for safety.
Living with it
The IONIQ Plug-in-Hybrid is perfect for high-mileage drivers. It offers an all-electric range of 39 miles, and a combined range of over 660 miles. It’s an easy car to live with, with plenty of features that make life easier such as keyless entry.
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New Hyundai Ioniq Plug In Hybrid Reviews
The hybrid version of the Hyundai Ioniq is a credible alternative to its rivals, even if the electric-only version isn't quite so convincing. What Car
The Hyundai Ioniq comes in three flavours, and offers a more conventional-looking – and cheaper – proposition than the Toyota Prius. Auto Express
The Hyundai Ioniq is likely to tempt many buyers who might otherwise choose a Toyota Prius. Car Buyer