Hyundai recently announced its plan to launch more than 10 alternatively fueled vehicles by 2022, with the 2020 Ioniq to be showcased this month at the Los Angeles Auto show.
The Ioniq will come in three progressive powertrains, including the electric that will provide about 294 kilometers of range based on WLTP (world harmonized light-duty vehicles test procedure) standard. The hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains each allow for a smooth drive.
Next year, Hyundai’s all-new Sonata HEV sedan will be revealed while the other eco-focused vehicles will be presented over the next three years.
"As the automotive industry evolves to meet the needs of a diverse customer base and environmentally aware society, we will continue to provide alternative-propulsion options in a variety of product choices," Mike O'Brien, vice president of product, corporate and digital planning for Hyundai Motor America, said in a press release. "For consumers seeking forward-thinking and eco-friendly personal transportation options, Hyundai's product line-up meets these criteria and more."