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Hyundai’s 2017 Ioniq Hybrid doesn’t have the Toyota Prius’ flamboyant styling, but it does have an EPA-certified fuel economy rating that bests the Prius Eco, making it the most fuel efficient car sold in America without a plug. When it arrives before the end of the year, the Ioniq Hybrid will have a window sticker […]

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Hyundai plans to release its all-electric Ioniq before the end of 2016 and the brand already has plans to boost its range straight away. According to the director of Hyundai’s eco-vehicles Ahn Byung-ki, the Ioniq will be able to travel more than 200 miles by 2018. When it launches early next year, the Ioniq will […]

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Hyundai has revealed some details on its upcoming trio of electrified vehicles. According to the Korean automaker, the all-electric Ioniq will be available in the U.S. by the end of 2016, while the hybrid will join the range early next year. The plug-in hybrid will be the last to arrive, sometime by the third quarter […]

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Kia’s 2017 Niro Hybrid small crossover SUV has just reached dealer showrooms, and the Korean automaker is already talking about a battery electric version. This information was revealed to the UK’s Car Dealer Magazine by Kia Motors’ chief operating officer, Tae-Hyun Oh, at the opening of a new flagship dealership in London. “We have just […]

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Hyundai is exploring the possibility of partnering with Uber to promote its new electrified Ioniq. Toyota has had a beneficial partnership with Uber, providing incentives to Uber drivers using a Prius and now that has caught the attention of Hyundai. To help promote Prius usage, Toyota offers lease deals to Uber drivers and now Hyundai […]

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Hyundai will introduce electric vehicles with longer range before the end of the decade. In a recent interview with Autoblog, Hyundai’s director of its eco-vehicle performance development group, Byung Ki Ahn, confirmed that a 200-mile Hyundai electric vehicle will be introduced by 2018. Range will go even further by 2020, when Hyundai plans on adding […]

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So here was the Toyota Prius, minding its own business as the world’s best-selling gas-electric car, and wouldn’t you know someone had to come up with a direct competitor. That competitor would be the Hyundai Ioniq which when launched in the U.S. later this year will not only vie against the plain hybrid Prius, but […]

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This week in New York Hyundai’s Ioniq was introduced to the U.S. market. The car with choice of electrified powertrain will begin sales with the 2017 hybrid and battery electric versions in the fourth quarter of this year, and a 2018 plug-in hybrid version will follow a few months into next year. Having been revealed […]

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When released in the fourth quarter of this year, Hyundai anticipates its most-efficient version of the Ioniq Hybrid will net as much as 57 or 58 mpg combined on the U.S. EPA cycle. Assuming federal certification bears out Hyundai’s internal testing, its purported “Prius fighter” – as media have portrayed it – will be aptly […]

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When released later this year, Hyundai’s Ioniq electric car promises responsive handling, peppy drive, and a few miles more range than a 2016 Nissan Leaf. The EV is one of three Ioniq variants Hyundai is rolling out – the other two being 1) a regular gas-electric hybrid and, 2) a plug-in hybrid – and a […]

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