All modifications of the model received new electronic auxiliary systems, and an improved voice control function
Hyundai introduced an updated version of the Ioniq model, which is available in the form of a conventional or plug-in hybrid, and with a fully electric power plant. The cars received new electronic auxiliary systems, and an improved voice control function.
So, Hyundai Ioniq became available with the function of monitoring the driver’s status, automatic switching of the main beam to the near, adaptive cruise control, a system for controlling the number of movements, as well as adaptive cruise control.
Plus, the model received a modernized voice control system with the ability to recognize natural speech, and an improved mapping service HERE.
Hyundai Ioniq and Ioniq Hybrid are equipped with a 1.6-liter 103-horsepower gasoline engine, which in the first case is paired with a 43-horsepower electric motor with a battery of 1.56 kWh, in the second with a 60-unit unit and battery capacity of 8.9 kilowatt-hours. Both versions are equipped with a seven-speed robotic gearbox with two clutches.
As for the fully electric version, it is equipped with a 120-horsepower electric motor, powered by a set of batteries for 28 kilowatt-hours. Without recharging, the electric car can drive up to 200 kilometers.