Hyundai Motor Co.’s new Ioniq sedan, which will come with three different electrified powertrains, will sport coupe-like styling with design flourishes that telegraph its environmental credentials while delivering “class-leading” aerodynamics, the company said.
Fresh renderings released by the company depict compact packaging with clean lines, a low hood and a raised rear deck. The front end gets an emphasized fog light recess.
The Ioniq, which will debut next month in South Korea, will come in a traditional hybrid, a plug-in hybrid and an all-electric set up.
Hyundai says the Ioniq is the first nameplate from any manufacturer to offer either an electric, traditional gasoline-electric hybrid or plug-in hybrid powertrain.