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Hyundai HyperEconiq Ioniq Concept is headed to 2017 SEMA Show

Fuel efficiency and going the distance may not be among the things that immediately come to mind when one mentions SEMA. But that hasn’t dissuaded Hyundai from what it has already set its mind out to do as we’re learned that the automaker will debut its newest creation dubbed as the HyperEconiq Ioniq Concept at the said show. From the name alone, it’s sure to be based on the Ioniq hybrid.

To make this hybrid version excellent in every possible way, and to squeeze out the maximum number of mpgs from the Ioniq, the Korean automaker had to work together with Canadian firm Bisimoto Engineering. Aside from aerodynamic tweaks, the vehicle received friction reduction modifications as well as mechanical adjustments.

The HyperEconiq Ioniq Concept will take the Ioniq where it has always been expected to go, minus sacrificing its drivability, according to Bisi Ezerioha, president of Bisimoto Engineering. He further says that they have a number of technical elements that not only help bring efficiency, but also raise aerodynamics and design to the highest level.

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Customers can lease Hyundai Ioniq EV for a low $275 per month

Hyundai revealed that it is offering customers more options to drive the Ioniq EV. Back in November, the brand revealed that it was offering a subscription plan and now it has disclosed just how much this will cost.

The lowest appears to be a monthly fee of $275 plus tax for a total of 36 months. However, it does require you to put in a down payment amounting to $2,500. But if you happen to buy the Ioniq EV in California, the state offers a rebate totaling $2,500. This makes sense considering that Hyundai will only be making this subscription plan available in California. Take note though that it will not cover the entire state as for now it will only include three counties: Riverside, Orange, and Los Angeles. The brand did say that later this year this subscription will be offered in San Diego and Northern California.

There will be three trims offered. The base model is the Electric trim. The other two are Limited, which costs $305 plus tax, and the Limited with the Ultimate Package, offered at $365 plus tax. Assuming that all trims will have the “zero-money” down initiation fee plus the fact that customers will be required to get a three-year subscription, this means that Electric trim can go as high as $9,900. For the Limited it will be $10,980, and the Ultimate Package will come at $13,140.

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2017 Hyundai Ioniq EV will offer an estimated 124 miles all-electric range

Hyundai is making the green vehicle race more competitive by offering three powertrain types -- pure electric (EV), hybrid (EV plus combustion engine) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) – in one single car. This is a very novel strategy, indeed. While other carmakers create an electrified version of an existing model, the South Korean carmaker created a single platform that could accommodate any of three green powertrains.

This new car from Hyundai is the Ioniq, which will be launched into the auto market across the United States starting next month as an entry for the 2017 model year. The South Korean automaker will first start selling the EV version of the Ioniq in the US by the end of 2016, which would be followed by the hybrid variant in early 2017.

Lastly, the PHEV version will be rolled out to dealers in the US in the third quarter of 2017. In total, Hyundai is planning to launch 28 green vehicles in the US by the end of the decade: eight electric vehicles, 10 hybrids, eight plug-in hybrids, and two powered by hydrogen fuel cells.

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