The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq is offered in three powertrains, a pure electric, a hybrid plug-in, and a standard hybrid. We dig this because regardless of your lifestyle, Hyundai has you covered. Hyundai went with an attractive, sloping hatchback body style, but with a higher roofline than the Chevrolet Volt or Cadillac ELR. Truthfully, it’s not unlike the first-generation Saab 9-3 or the currently available Hyundai Veloster (albeit with the correct number of doors). This layout generally affords impressive cargo volume without forfeiting design cues of the classic sedan, and with best-in-class cargo space, the Ioniq Hybrid confirms this. Add in a best-in-class drag coefficient of 0.24, and Hyundai has delivered an impressive combination of form and function.
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