Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid PHEV 2017 Review & Driving Report | Test | Car | English
2017-05-22 by hoenkhaus
The Hyundai IONIQ is offered with three different drive trains. It is available as IONIQ Hybrid, IONIQ electric and as IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid. Our test car can be easily charged at a standard socket or a charging station thanks to its plug-in hybrid technology. Fully charged it is possible to drive more than 60 km of the route in a purely electric way. Due to this electrical range, the consumption figures are incredibly low, especially for the first 100 kilometers. My driving report shows, what else the Hyundai IONIQ plug-in hybrid can deliver. Source: http://quickcarreview.com
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