When Hyundai wanted to set an example of how automotive industry can bring out the best green solution through the alternative fueled vehicles, it launched Ioniq. It is a fully electric car that is purposely made to meet the everyday commuting needs that a larger mass of buyers can afford to drive.
The Official Range
The experts at the Riverside Hyundai shared the news that the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq has been declared with the official range of driving 280km on a full charge according to the the NEDC cycle. With a 100kW fast charger, the Ioniq can be charged up to 80 percent from the totally 0 percent in only 23 minutes, while with a 6.6kW home charger it can be fully charged in four and a half hours. If you have a normal wall socket at home, the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq will take roughly 12 hours to get fully charged.
The 2019 Ioniq claims to raise a speed of 100 km/h from a zero in 9.9 seconds, though the 60km/h speed fits right with its spirit. However, gutsier throttle response, there’s a sport button placed right above the gear.
If you go for the Ioniq Electric Premium it will get you a leather-appointed interior with heated and ventilated front seats, that work pretty well with the electric adjustment. The driver gets to enjoy a heated steering wheel. To keep the cabin fresh and cozy, there is this dual-zone climate control, while a power sunroof enhances the spirit of the cabin during a pleasant weather.
The 2019 Hyundai Ioniq EV is generously equipped with technologies in every section. TheElite package offers a full suite of safety features that include aAEB, blind-spot monitoring,forward-collision warning, driver attention alert, lane-keep assist, rear cross-traffic alert and adaptive cruise control.
On the Infotainment side, the Ioniq receives an 8.0-inch central touchscreen display well-integrated with the smartphones through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. To navigate through the best possible route, keyless entry and start, it has a factory sat-nav. To help the driver with the odd road challenges, the system gets pair of dusk-sensing headlights, 7.0-inch digital instrument clusterand a rear-view camera.
How Well it Drives
The 2019 Hyundai Ioniq as an EV car has a surprisingly entertaining performance. Thanks to the torsion beam rear suspension, thatdoes the best job of perfectly tuning the system, prompting the Ioniq electric keep delivering a cosseting ride, soaking up almost every bump on the road without letting them disrupt the quiet of the cabin.
The Bottom Line
According to the Riverside Hyundai dealership experts, the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq EV keeps at per with the trend in every respect, leaving no scope for the riders to complain. The performance as an EV vehicle that does not use any fuel, shows that a brand like Hyundai that has gained so much trust from people do deserve its place that it enjoys. Making the Ioniq EV as a vehicle that the majority of buyers can afford, Hyundai has proved its concern for the environment while making the buyers aware and conscious about its necessity.