Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian, European and U.S. sales figures for the Hyundai Ioniq. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is an all-electric midsized crossover. It is the first product from the Ioniq EV sub-brand, and the first model developed on Hyundai’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).
Hyundai Ioniq Overview
The Ioniq is the first car in the world to be available with three different types of electrified power trains: hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric. That makes it a challenger to both the Toyota Prius and the Nissan Leaf. European sales of the Ioniq hybrid started in June 2016 and will be followed by the EV in the second half of 2016, while the PHEV will arrive in showrooms in 2017. On the same platform, sister brand Kia has developed a hybrid crossover, the Kia Niro.
The Ioniq Hybrid has a 1,6-liter Direct Injection petrol engine with 77kW/105 hp matched to a 32kW/43 hp electric motor and a six-speed double clutch automatic gearbox. Combined torque is 265 Nm. It has a top speed of 185 km/h (of which up to 120 km/h is possible in electric mode). The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid has the same power train, but a larger battery pack which should enable it to drive up to 50 km in electric mode. The Ioniq EV has an 88 kW/120 hp electric motor with 295 Nm of torque. Top speed is limited to 165 km/h but it should be able to reach up to 250 km on a single charge.