2019 Hyundai Ioniq facelift: price and specs
Hyundai has revealed full price lists and details for its facelifted Ioniq range, with the hybrid model now priced from £22,795, rising to £29,450 for the all-electric version.
On the outside, not much marks the facelifted cars apart from the outgoing models. There’s a new grille though, while the front and rear bumpers have been redesigned, as have the head and tail lights.
In the cabin, materials have been upgraded, there’s an updated instrument cluster, while Premium trim and above now feature a wider 12.25in widescreen infotainment system.
As well as tweaks to its looks and interior, the electric version gets several enhancements. For starters, the all-electric Ioniq gets a battery upgrade from 28kWh to 38.3kWh. The motor is more powerful now too; 100kW compared to 88kW previously.
Additionally, it gets a fully adjustable regenerative braking power one-pedal function. This automatically regulates the regenerative braking power depending on road inclination and forward momentum to ensure the smoothest driving experience whilst maximising efficiency and range.
All that means it gets a WLTP-certified range of 182 miles. Meanwhile, the plug-in hybrid version gets a WLTP-correlated 32 miles of all-electric range.
The standard Ioniq Hybrid is available in three trims; Premium, Premium SE and 1st Edition. Premium models get an impressive standard spec, including keyless entry, wireless charging, heated seats and 15in alloy wheels. Premium SE will add larger 17in allys, electric seats and adaptive cruise control.
Plug-in hybrid and electric models are available in Premium and Premium SE trim only. The range-topping model gets chromed exterior door handles, leather heated and cooled seats, automatic wipers and a host of safety equipment.
Available to order now, customer deliveries will commence in from 5 September.