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So far, the Toyota Prius has been a great success - it was one of the first, if not the first, successful hybrid cars. But time is running out and competitors are already in a hurry to introduce their models for the segment of economical and practical family cars. The Hyundai Ioniq is another car to take advantage of this formula for success. In addition, it is a bit cheaper and has a better performing gearbox. The Ioniq is produced with three different power plants and drives: a traditional hybrid system, a mains-operated drive and an electric car. This is the first time that one model can offer three different electric drives. Designed to be an affordable, comfortable and practical family car, the Hyundai has focused on making it an enjoyable everyday car. The newcomer is also given the advantage of having a decent six-speed dual-clutch gearbox, unlike the Prius, which comes complete with the criticized CVT gearbox. Soft suspension, a spacious cabin even for those sitting in the back, a 443-liter luggage compartment when Toyota has just 343 liters of luggage space - these are simple but proven methods to win the hearts of buyers looking for not only a modern but also a family-friendly car.
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IONIQ Electric 28 kWh (120 Hp) CVT
BODYWORK 28 kWh (120 Hp) CVT
Body type Hatchback
Number of doors 5
Number of seats 5
Luggage capacity, litres 350/1410
Fuel type Electricity
Fuel system n/d
Engine type n/d
Position of engine n/d
Engine capacity, cc n/d
Cylinders/valves n/d/n/d
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 120/89/120
Torque, Nm/rpm n/d/n/d
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 9.9
Top speed 165 km/h (103 mph)
Drive wheels Front
Steering type Electric
Gearbox Automatic
1 gears
Length, mm 4470
Width, mm 1820
Height, mm 1450
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1420/1880
Wheelbase, mm 2700
Front suspension McPherson
Rear suspension Torsion
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Disc ABS
Front tires 205/55 R16
Rear tires 205/55 R16
Urban n/d
Extra urban n/d
Combined n/d
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres n/d
Hyundai car timeline
Type 1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
  Mini   i10i10i10
  Subcompact  AccentAccentAccent  
  Compact   ElantraElantraElantraElantra 
  Mid-size  SonataSonatai40  
  Large   GrandeurGrandeur  
  Executive   GenesisGenesis 
  Coupe  CoupeCoupeCoupe  Veloster  
  Genesis Coupe  
  Mini crossover    Kona
  Crossover   Santa FeSanta FeSanta FeSanta Fe
  Mid-size SUV   Terracan   
  Mini MPV   Matrixix20  
  MPV  Trajet   
  Large MPV  H-1 H-1
1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s