2019 hyundai ioniq ev
Hyundai has just announced relatively minor changes to its new Ioniq lineup for the new year 2019 in the US market and will continue with a 28 kW, 28 kW and 124-mile battery pack.
The move comes despite long-standing speculation in media reports that Ioniq EV can get a battery upgrade to boost its range to 200 miles or farther.
The rumors reinforced the latest sales release to its traders, which ended with the Ioniq 2018 order ahead of schedule because of a temporary battery shortage.
The car will now be available with what Hyundai calls the “Driver Alert” and the high-beam auto-assist feature, which is supposed to turn into low-beam lights when it senses incoming traffic. These features may be available only in the limited model of 2019 hyundai ioniq ev Electric – the ad does not mention.
The built-in GPS navigation system has been enhanced with a new voice-based server-based voice recognition technology with a new POI-supported POI database supported by HERE ™ which includes charging station locations for driver comfort.
Each model is well equipped with a 7.0-inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The SEL level is our choice of packages with heated front seats, electrically adjustable driver seat, 7.0-inch digital meter set, and standard active safety features including emergency automatic braking.
2019 hyundai ioniq ev inner landscape is where magic happens. Hyundai has avoided filling in many of the future motifs that its competitors have embraced. The result is a super-tech car that looks natural and familiar to the leadership. Replacement and parking arms have been replaced with a set of buttons and controls for the interactive screen.
2019 hyundai ioniq ev get a 1.6-liter inline 4 that produces 104 horsepower and 109 feet of torque. The engine is powered by a 32 kW (43 horsepower) electric motor that uses a renewed brake and a 1.56 kWh battery.
The Ioniq hybrid model also uses 1.6 Inline-4 with 104 hp and 109 lb-ft of torque. This engine is designed to maximize the use of fuel and is tuned to be connected to a hybrid system powered by a 45 kW electric motor (60 hp). The powertrain is completed by automatic 6-speed. On pure electric power, hybrid plug-in travel can travel 29 miles.
The electric models are powered by a 88 kW (118 hp) engine that gets juice from a 28 kW lithium polymer battery. This package is good for a range of up to 124 miles and a power consumption of 136 megapixels, which should be good enough to help keep Ioniq crowned as the most energy efficient car on the market for another year.
Hyundai is also focusing on making a hybrid car to light up the brightness of Ioniq. The hybrid models receive a multi-link rear suspension, while the larger battery pack in the electric model is limited to the rear axle with the torsion bar. The system is designed to work with a range of 15, 16 and 17 inch wheels and low-resistance resistance tires. The Ioniq is softened with a low center of gravity, thanks to the battery mode.