The updated electric version of the Hyundai IONIQ debuted at the Frankfurt Motor ShowSeptember 14, 2019
The new version of the Korean electric car received a battery with a capacity of 38 kW / h. The power reserve was 294 kilometers, and the battery is charged in less than an hour.
For three years, the Korean company Hyundai introduced three versions of the new IONIQ model: a hybrid, fully electric and plug-in hybrid. The updated version of the electric car IONIQ Electric debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Soon, sales of the “green” news should begin.
The car is equipped with a battery capacity of 38 kW / h, which will significantly increase the range by 36%. On a full battery, the electric car travels 294 kilometers without additional recharging. The power plant produces a power of 36 horsepower and 295 Nm of torque.
The electro-hatch received a 7.2 kW base charger with a Type 2AC connector. 80% of the battery charges in 54 minutes thanks to 100 kW charging stations.
The design has undergone changes. The new version received a different grille pattern, an updated bumper with a silver molding, and a dark frame appeared along the headlamp contour. Along the body installed LED backlight.
Regarding the interior, displays are changed. A dashboard with a 7-inch screen is able to automatically change the color of the backlight, depending on the driving style. Another 12.25-inch display has also undergone some changes. Armchairs are made of better materials.
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