Korean manufacturer New Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020 decided to bet on 100% environmental friendliness of the car, having released its first electric hatchback Hyundai IONIQ Electric to the American and European markets in 2016. At first glance, this car is no different from its hybrid counterparts and electric competitors; however, if you take a closer look, you will immediately find differences in both the external and internal characteristics of the car New Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020.
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Interior and exterior New Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020
A solid cast aluminum-steel case, a combination of a rear spoiler and diffuser, low glass, LED headlights and lights, a contrasting bumper and accent car molding creates the absolute integrity of the exterior design of IONIQ Electric, and also contributes to a high coefficient of aerodynamics, which in this eco mobile is only 0, 24
Dimensions of New Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020 in length – 4470 mm, in width – 1820 mm, in height – 1450 mm, wheelbase – 2700 mm. The diameter of the alloy wheels is 16 inches. Salon – quite roomy and spacious, designed for 5 passengers. The volume of the luggage compartment varies from 400 to 750 liters, depending on the position of the rear seat backs.
On the rear left wing is the charging port of the electric vehicle, which allows you to charge the battery by 80% in just 23 minutes at high-speed stations.
The interior of Hyundai IONIQ Electric is designed in the same style as the hybrid, with only a difference in the color of the parts – in IONIQ Electric they are copper-colored, which is associated with electricity. Doors, ceiling and floor mats are trimmed with wood, volcanic rock, plastic, and leather upholstery. The IONIQ Electric D-shaped steering wheel looks sporty and ergonomic due to the cut edge of the circle and the vehicle controls on it.
Specifications Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020
Hyundai IONIQ Electric is driven by an electric motor delivering 120 horsepower (88 kW) and 295 Nm of torque from the start, combined with a single-stage gear and a lightweight, floor-standing 28 kWh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery. The car has a top speed of 165 km / h (electronically limited). Cruising at an average speed of 60 km / h is 280 km and may vary depending on the traffic situation and individual driving style. The hatchback has several modes – Normal, Eco and Sport, which determine the power reserve and charging time.
The car is equipped with electric power steering and disc brakes on all wheels with ABS, EBD, dual-zone climate control, tire pressure monitoring, seven airbags (including the knee for the driver), a function to keep the car in the lane, a monitoring system of “dead” zones, an automatic braking system that recognizes pedestrians, a Premium Infinity Sound System audio system and a wireless charging panel for compatible smartphones.
Contact Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric owner’s connection to the vehicle’s systems is provided by means of an 8-inch color touch-screen display, which shows a wide range of trip data — speed, energy consumption, power reserve and charge level. The display style changes depending on the mode of the trip – Normal, Eco and Sport. As an additional option, the owner of the hatchback can purchase the Live application on a smartphone or tablet to remotely control the condition of the car.
Charging car Hyundai Ioniq Electric BEV 2020
The manufacturer gives a guarantee for a high-performance lithium-ion polymer battery for 8 years or 200,000 km of spare air. The hatchback is equipped with a charging cable with a control unit that simplifies charging from a standard 220V household outlet. Charging time from a home network is about 12 hours, from charging stations the car charges about 30 minutes at 50 kW and 23 minutes at 100 kW.
As an additional option, the owner of Hyundai IONIQ Electric can purchase a special fixed or mobile charging device that has a control unit with a fuse that is independent of the household power grid. It uses 3-phase alternating current and provides 100% charge in 4 hours and 25 minutes.
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Hyundai IONIQ Electric has good security systems. It is equipped with seven airbags: two front and two on the side, two side curtain airbags and a driver’s knee airbag. Cameras installed in the car monitor the road markings, keeping the vehicle in the lane with the help of systems, and warn it with a visual or audible signal if the Hyundai IONIQ Electric driver approaches the edge of the lane and does not turn on the turn signal. Additionally, the system keeps the car in the lane.
Sensors mounted behind the car monitor whether another car is in the blind zones, alerting the driver with a sound and light signal. The blind spot monitoring system (BSD) is combined with the Rear Cross Traffic Alert warning system, ensuring safe reversing from the parking lot.
Thanks to the autonomous emergency braking system (AEB), the sensors of the radar and camera warn the driver about the possibility of a collision and produce the braking necessary to prevent or reduce a collision with a pedestrian or another car.
Adaptive intelligent cruise control increases safety and reduces stress by maintaining a certain distance to the car in front of the car, automatically reducing or increasing the speed to a given limit, in accordance with the conditions of movement. In street traffic, the set distance is maintained after stopping, when the engine is restarted and the movement in front is detected, when the driver presses the accelerator pedal.