Hyundai has released a pair of teaser images for its upcoming Ioniq electrified vehicle.

The Korean automaker has confirmed the upcoming Ioniq will be the world’s first car to offer a choice of three electrified powertrains: full electric, plug-in hybrid or standard hybrid. Sporting a sleek, coupe-like silhouette, the Prius fighter will also take on the likes of the Chevrolet Bolt and Nissan Leaf when it launches early next year.

Although we don’t get a clear look at the front, the Elantra-reminiscent car is described by Hyundai as sporting the brand’s signature hexagonal grille, topped by an attractive gloss-black element that extends outwards to meet distinctive new headlights that feature integrated “C”-position lights.


Hyundai also teased the interior, revealing cluster-free style. Spy photos have also revealed the Ioniq’s interior as an efficient use of space, with a clear and logical layout for the control functions.

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Expect more details on the Hyundai Ioniq when it debuts first in Korea next month. It will then head to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March before making its North American debut at the 2016 New York Auto Show.

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