It’s clear that the automotive world is slowly making a shift from gasoline to electric power. It may be a while before that shift is complete, but with models like the IONIQ Electric and Kona Electric, electric power is becoming more popular and appealing.
If you're interested in electric but aren’t ready to completely abandon the gasoline power you’re used to, the 2019 Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid allows you to experience both. It’s the best of both worlds... the range of gasoline power but the efficiency of electric, with up to 119 MPGe.
Keeping that charge is important with the IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid, and we’re not just talking about vehicle efficiency. With a wireless device charging pad, it’s easy to keep your smartphone charged on the go as well, that way you can always stay connected to the people and networks that matter to you most.
The IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid works best when you’re combining gasoline and electric power, but it can operate for up to 29 miles on all-electric power should you run out of gas. Otherwise, you’ll enjoy 52 mpg combined and a total driving range of 600 miles. That would be the same as driving from Milwaukee, WI to Nashville, TN without stopping and with miles to spare.
The IONIQ Plug-In isn’t just about being efficient. It’s practical too. Despite the sedan-like design, this car has a hatchback in the rear that opens up for easy cargo access. With the 60/40-split folding rear seats put down, you’ll be able to store up to 23 cu. ft. of vacation luggage, sporting equipment or shopping bags.