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Orders open for facelifted Hyundai Ioniq

Date: 09 August 2019   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Hyundai has confirmed prices for a revised version of its Ioniq, which is available to order now. 

As before, three powertrains are available - the hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric.

The electric model has been given a larger battery, up from 28kWh to 38.3kWh, and also a more powerful motor, up from 120hp to 136hp.

It has a claimed range of 184 miles on the WLTP test cycle. 

While the hybrid and plug-in hybrid version feature the same basic powertrains as before, with 1.6-litre petrol engines paired with an electric motor, they now feature driver-controlled regenerative braking, potentially boosting efficiency.

Exterior design changes with the facelift include redesigned grilles, new front and rear bumpers and new headlights and taillights. Inside there's a redesigned dashboard and instrument cluster, and new temperature and media controls.

The hybrid is available in SE Connect, Premium, Premium SE and limited-run 1st Edition equipment grades, while the other two powertrains come in Premium or Premium SE only. 

A major new feature with Premium and Premium SE cars is a new 10.25in screen with sat-nav and Bluelink telematics system. 

Prices for hybrid Ioniqs are £22,795 for an SE Connect, £24,695 for a Premium, £24,955 for a 1st Edition and £26,995 for a Premium SE. 

Plug-in hybrid prices are £29,950 for a Premium and £31,950 for a Premium SE, while prices for electric versions are £29,450 and £31,450 respectively - including the £3,500 government plug-in car grant. 

The first facelifted Ioniqs are due in showrooms on 5 September.