The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq comes with a price tag that may put the Toyota Prius and the Leaf out of business. The company is taking things very seriously when it comes to ousting the Toyota Prius, which at the moment is known to be the king of green cars.
The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid is the most fuel efficient vehicle to come without a charging plug as it offers up 58mpg. The Ioniq Electric took the title of being the most efficient electric vehicle as it offers up 136MPGe combined. Hyundai has revealed the pricing for the hybrid and the electric vehicles and they undercut the rivals.
The base version of the Hyundai Blue offers the best mileage rating and it starts at $23, 035. The Ioniq SEL begins at $24, 785 and the Ioniq Limited comes in at $28, 335. With the top of the range you get leather seating, HID headlamps, a sunroof and Infinity premium audio.
The Hyundai Ioniq hybrid offers the 1.6 litre with four-cylinder engine along with electric motor integrated with the six speed dual clutch automatic transmission, giving a total output of 139 horses.
The Ioniq Electric begins at $30, 335 and it offers up a range of 124 miles and offers the standard 28.0kWh battery pack. It undercuts the $31, 545 NissanLeaf, offering a driving range of 107 miles. The top of the range Ioniq Limited comes in at $33, 335.
Hyundai is looking to bring younger drivers to the Ioniq Electric by offering a subscription version. The vehicle is going to be made available in California in April and the plug-in hybrid should reach the US in the fall.