Hyundai Ioniq: Brand within a Brand

Coming soon: The new Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

It's a hatchback that looks stylish enough but there's a secret inside: The new Hyundai Ioniq is a hybrid that gets as much as 59 miles per gallon on the highway. That happens to be the best fuel efficiency of any hybrid you can buy, so if saving money appeals to you, this new hybrid should appeal to you even more. It has user-friendly infotainment, a thrifty four-cylinder engine and it's coming soon to Wiesner Hyundai in Conroe, TX.   

The Ioniq's performance and fuel economy

The Ioniq is not built to break speed records with its 104 horsepower inline four, but the resulting fuel economy, when combined with a hybrid powertrain, helps make this arrangement worth the trade-off. The Ioniq is equipped with regenerative braking, which does something unique: Every time you take your foot off the pedal, the electric motor turns into a generator and momentarily sends a little extra energy into the battery pack. 

That approach means you can drive the Ioniq using only a single pedal, an arrangement that can take some time getting used to, but many drivers say they've come to enjoy it, especially in stop-and-go traffic. When calculating the effects of a gasoline-powered engine and an electric motor, the Ioniq's estimated combined fuel economy is 57 miles per gallon, with as much as 59 miles per gallon on the highway.

The Ioniq's interior

Hyundai is gaining a reputation for interiors with more upscale quality than you might expect in a vehicle like the Ioniq, which is something buyers appreciate in nearby communities like The Woodlands and Spring, TX. Cargo space is competitive with other comparable models. Just be aware that the plug-in version loses a few cubic feet compared to the hybrid because of the large battery pack.

An 8-inch touchscreen is included even in the base models of the Ioniq, along with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility. Higher trims give you an even larger 10.3-inch screen throughout all models. The touchscreen is intuitive and easy to use, another Hyundai strength that's popular from Huntsville to Houston TX.

Hyundai is filling out its electric and hybrid lineup

Hyundai is in the process of developing a full range of fully electric, hybrid and what's called fuel cell technology in addition to our current outstanding array of gasoline-powered vehicles. Our plug-in hybrid models will let you switch between gas and electric, providing some synergistic "cross-benefits" in which the gas power and electric power supplement one another. If only the whole world were that collaborative, right?

The hybrid models, like the Ioniq, are engineered so electricity and gasoline work together to help you maximize fuel efficiency. Note that the hybrid models have a modest driving range when you're counting on just the electric battery only, but that's what the gasoline power is for: To be there when it's needed.

Our coming all-electric models will have zero emissions. Just keep in mind that driving range is limited and there's no gas engine to back you up. Our coming fuel cell models will be powered by hydrogen so the only emission is water.

Hyundai is working on the future

Hyundai is planning to offer a full line of electric, hybrid and internal combustion vehicles to provide you with every form of energy, available at dealerships like ours. Learn how Hyundai is developing alternative fuel vehicles like the Ioniq, and the coming Ioniq 5, Ioniq 6, Ioniq 7, along with our trusted Tucson, Elantra, Sonata and Santa Fe models at Wiesner Hyundai in Conroe, TX.


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