Hyundai Ioniq gets an early range refresh

A hatchback with eye on electrification – aimed at Toyota Prius market – has been tweaked for comfort, performance and style

19th April, 2020
Hyundai Ioniq gets an early range refresh
The Hyundai Ioniq is one of the easiest cars on the road to drive thanks to ultra-light controls and simple push buttons for forward, reverse and park

The Hyundai Ioniq, it seems, has been all but forgotten by the car-buying public in Ireland. It’s a five-door hatchback built on a platform designed for electrification from the start and it was launched in three formats from 2016 to 2017: the Ioniq Electric, Ioniq Hybrid and Ioniq Plug-In.

In short, its task was to take on the high-selling Toyota Prius and then surpass it in technology terms. But here in Ireland, buyers are seemingly...

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