The Hyundai Ioniq uncovers their appearance


Gradually the latest venture of Hyundai to electric mobility will specifying aboutHyundai Ioniq. As we told you last month, the Korean manufacturer was willing to teach a model that will bring three variants in what refers to its engine (hybrid, plug-in hybrid and 100% electric) this January.

Hyundai Loniq
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So it has been, and pending a final appointment at the next Geneva Motor Show, we know the look and some of the final details of this interesting model that is attracting so many expectations. These specifications are not yet on their batteries, lithium polymer, unlike the case with his propeller.

As we know, the Ioniq mounted on conventional hybrid variant of one engine Kappa HEV1 GDi four-cylinder 1.6 provides 77 kW (105 hp) and maximum torque of 147 Nm. The thermal propellant work together with an electric motor of 32 kW (47 hp) and torque of 235 Nm. The system will be completed with a new dual-clutch automatic transmission.

According Hyundai, the combustion engine will bring an improvement of 40% in efficiency with respect to engine manufacturer current while the electrical heart prototype be only able to run on electric mode at speeds above 120 km / h without an appreciable loss of efficiency.

The manufacturer also highlights the efficiency of new batteries without talking numbers, but of positioning, surrendered to the bottom of the car, under the rear seats without compromising interior space dedicated to.

Hyundai also because of good efficiency of its model to work on something in reducing vehicle mass through the use of high strength steel in its new platform, along with the efforts you implement aerodynamics, achieving a aerodynamic resistance coefficient of 0.24 Cd.

To learn more about the claims of Hyundai Ioniq for the electric car market (if called as stated by the manufacturer to overshadow the Toyota Prius or how far will an iron stake in its variant of BEV or electric pure) will have to wait to your specifications and the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

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