Eco-friendliness and sharp style come fully integrated in the redesigned 2020 Hyundai IONIQ lineup. Recently introduced at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the IONIQ Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid, Electric cars boast superior efficiency and a fresh new look both inside and out, along with updated infotainment tech and new Hyundai SmartSense™ active safety features.
With the IONIQ Electric model, you’ll get 170 miles of
range, an increase from the previous model year’s 124-mile range. This is due
to an upgraded 38.3-kWh battery that has 36 percent more energy capacity. The
IONIQ Electric can also charge up to 80 percent in just 54 minutes.
On the exterior, the IONIQ has a new mesh-type grille, new
bumper fascias, LED lights, new wheel designs, and new side sill moldings. On
the inside, there is now an available 10.25-inch widescreen Navigation system,
a new centre LCD information screen, high-tech customizable ambient lighting,
and a dark chrome instrument panel trim. There are even touch-screen heating
and cooling controls.
The IONIQ’s SmartSense™ safety features include systems like
standard Front Collision Warning and Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection
with new Cyclist Detection ability and Driver Attention Warning. Lane Keeping
Assist and High Beam Assist come standard.
Visit Downtown Hyundai to test-drive these models and learn how they can help you live a greener lifestyle.
Hyundai is looking to change up the green-car industry with the release of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This hybrid vehicle boasts multiple Hyundai firsts, helping it stand out from the competition.
The 2020 Sonata Hybrid comes with a solar-roof system, which
utilizes solar panels to help the hybrid’s battery recharge. This system can not
only recharge the battery, but also allows the Sonata Hybrid to achieve an
extra 1,300 km of travel distance a year. That could add about 3.5 kilometres
to the Sonata’s range for every six hours of sunshine the hybrid receives.
This hybrid is also the first Hyundai to be equipped with
new Active Shift Control technology, which aligns rotational speeds of the
engine and transmission. This allows the gear-shift time to be cut down by 30
percent, leading to better fuel efficiency, faster acceleration, and a more
The Sonata Hybrid carries a 2.0-litre gasoline engine that
puts out 150 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque. This is paired with an
electric motor that creates 51 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. The total
system output equals 192 horsepower.
You can expect the 2020 Sonata Hybrid to roll into dealerships — including Downtown Hyundai — sometime this fall.
The Hyundai lineup is about to add a new member. The automaker recently announced that it will be adding the 2020 Hyundai Venue to its crossover and SUV lineup, giving consumers an additional choice.
The 2020 Venue is the smallest Hyundai crossover to date, sitting
underneath the Hyundai Kona in the lineup. It is 130 mm shorter than the Kona, boasting
a wheelbase that is 81 mm smaller. Its compact proportions make it ideal for
driving in tight urban spaces.
Even with its small size, the Venue offers ample space and
amenities. It comes with a standard 8-inch touch-screen display that gives you
access to Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®. The Venue also comes with heated
front seats, giving you that extra bit of comfort during the cold Toronto
Other available features include:
A heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel
A power sunroof
Automatic air conditioning
17-inch alloy wheels
Smart Key with Push Button Start
Hyundai will officially bring the 2020 Venue to Canadian dealerships — including here at Downtown Hyundai — in the fall of 2019. We’ll have more information about this exciting new subcompact crossover the closer we get to the release date.