Hyundai unveiled a refresh version with the all-electric version getting a bigger battery pack for a significantly longer range.
Now, the Korean automaker is upgrading the battery pack to 38.3 kWh with the new 2020 version of the Ioniq Electric. It looks like they have included the same battery pack as the base versions of the Kona EV and Niro EV.
Exterior Ioniq options include updated front and rear bumpers, new day-time running lights and redesigned LED headlights and taillights. Ioniq Hybrid comes with a fresh set of either 15-inch or 17-inch wheels.
Interior, Ioniq gets a redesigned dashboard, updated heater controls, a new 10.25-inch infotainment system and blue ambient lighting. Also, buyers can now choose from four leather upholstery colours.
It features a fresh electric drivetrain with a larger capacity battery and a new regenerative braking system borrowed from the Hyundai Kona Electric.