2020 Hyundai Ioniq Redesign & Changes | Update The Dashboard

Wednesday, November 27th, 2019 - Hyundai
2020 Hyundai Ioniq Redesign With New Configurations

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Redesign & Changes | Update The Dashboard – The first car to offer three different electrified engines, the Hyundai Ioniq has to face a richer competition, including internal Hyundai / Kia group. A little restyling is not too much to make 2020 Hyundai Ioniq a little more attractive. The operation begins with the hybrid and rechargeable hybrid, the electric follow shortly.

By launching its Ioniq, Hyundai was making a splash on the market, offering a hybrid, plug-in and electric hybrid engines in the same car. A nice way to launch its offensive in extended electrification since with the Niro at Kia, the Kona Electric or the Nexo (fuel cell). But time passes, even on the aerodynamic forms. The Ioniq is thus adorned with slight retouches with a new grille, new shields, and new headlights and lights. With the key a look a little more “rich”.

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Changes – Interior

The big change is mostly done inside with a brand new dashboard. The old-fashioned shapes of the previous version give way to a more modern look: continuous headband connecting the aerators, and set screen (10.25 inches) / air conditioning controls / unified and implanted “tablet way”.

Some adjustments of functions to signal with the evolution of the system of infotainment connected BlueLink, the update of the aids to the driving, but especially the arrival of improved regenerative braking allowing the driving “a pedal” as on the Kona. It is also the first car to have a “Green Zone” mode automatically switching to electric mode at the entrance of a restricted traffic zone. An operation that will be detailed later.

If it surprised at its release by the variety of its mechanics, the Ioniq has not attracted customers with 60,000 copies claimed in two years. In the world. This restyling should not fundamentally upset its attractiveness. The electric version should nevertheless take advantage of the evolution to accommodate the batteries of 39.2 and especially 64 kWh Kona and Niro

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Release Date & Price

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