CARS.COM — Hyundai’s first dedicated hybrid and battery-electric vehicles are aimed at Toyota’s popular Prius hybrids and Nissan’s Leaf EV. The 2017 Ioniq will be available in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric-only versions. The hybrid and plug-in models wear a version of Hyundai’s trapezoidal grille, but the electric hatchback wears a very different-looking, grille-less face.
Inside, the cabin is far less futuristic, with economy-car-like plastic trim and cloth seats. In back, there’s room for three passengers and the seats fold flat for more storage.
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