Hyundai Revealed Ioniq Facelift in South Korea

by Jan 17, 2019All News, Eco Cars, Hyundai0 comments

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Hyundai has revealed in South Korea today, the first official pictures & specifications of the refreshed Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid models. As you can see and as we have advanced thanks to Kksstudio render is that this is a minor facelift, with updated front & rear bumpers, headlights and new tech.

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At this time, the Ioniq will include a new pack of standard safety systems, like the (FCW), front-collision avoidance assistant (FCA), lane departure warning (LDW), lane departure assistance (LKA), driver warning (DAW), forward vehicle departure (LFA) and highway driving assistant (HDA) were added to the car to help drivers.

Also Hyundai included a new feature, called green-zone drive mode (GDM) that expands motor travel when entering the green zone, such as dense residential areas, large hospitals, and schools that require improved atmospheric conditions.

World’s first green zone detection uses navigation system & the ECO mode, Hyundai executive said, “When ECO mode is activated in the driving mode, when the green zone is detected on the expected navigation route, the battery charge is secured in advance. When the green zone enters, the green zone indicator lights up in the cluster. It has a positive impact on the improvement of the atmospheric environment. “

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In addition, a 10.25-inch display were included, which is the first in its class, and is available on the standard trim. In design, a new Full LED headlights were applied to head lamp and also a new LED rear combination lamp changes the view of the rear design, a new type radiator grille with three-dimensional pattern, daytime running light (DRL) with integrated air curtain, front & rear bumpers and a new wheels design.

The interior could have a new artificial leather dashboard and seats, improving the quality. Also the interior design was refurbished including a new digital instrument cluster, A/C controls, gear knob and much more.

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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