Full pricing and specifications revealed for Hyundai IONIQ
The Hybrid SE 1.6 GDi version will be priced from £19,995 while the IONIQ Electric will be priced from £28,995 – this excludes the £4,500 funding available under the Plug-in Car Grant, which the IONIQ is expected to qualify for.
Prices haven’t been announced yet for the Plug-In Hybrid 1.6 GDi, which goes on sale in 2017.
The IONIQ Hybrid will be offered in three trim levels – SE, Premium and Premium SE – and will bring standard features such as 15-inch alloys alloy wheels, DAB with Bluetooth, cruise control and rear parking sensors with rear view camera while standard safety features include Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS).
The IONIQ Hybrid Premium 1.6 GDi, priced from £21,795, also offers integrated satellite navigation with TomTom Live services plus an Infinity audio system with Android Auto / Apple CarPlay and Wireless Phone Charging (where supported) keyless entry with push button start, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, Bi-Xenon headlamps with LED rear combination lamps and a driver’s supervision instrument cluster with 7-inch LCD display.
The IONIQ Hybrid Premium SE 1.6 GDi, which starts from £23,595, adds in leather seats with heated/ventilated front seats and heated outer rear seats, heated leather steering wheel and a driver power seat with Integrated Memory System. Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Front Parking Assist and optional 17-inch alloy wheels are also offered.
The IONIQ Electric is offered in Premium and Premium SE specification. The Premium trim mirrors that of the Hybrid model, with specific equipment including Automatic Windscreen Wipers with Rain Sensor, 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps and rear combination lamps and Advanced Smart Cruise Control. Integrated satellite navigation is also standard
The IONIQ Electric Premium SE, available from £30,795, again mirrors the Hybrid Premium SE specification, with standard equipment such as leather seats with heated/ventilated front and heated rear seats, heated leather steering wheel and a driver power seat with Integrated Memory System, Blind Spot Detection, front Parking Sensors and EV specific 16-inch alloy wheels.
Hyundai Motor UK has also announced that POD Point will be the preferred charging partner for customer domestic charge point installations, as well as points across the Hyundai UK dealer network and Hyundai Motor UK facilities.
The IONIQ Hybrid will be available across the Hyundai dealership network from the 13 October, with IONIQ Electric initially available from a selected network of 27 dealerships, with full network rollout from 2017.For more of the latest industry news, click here.