Explore the Hyundai IONIQ Interior
The Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid estate car is lightweight, making it an economical and efficient option for families.
Hyundai IONIQ Interior
The IONIQ is designed with comfort and space in mind, so your passengers will feel when they travel in the Hyundai IONIQ.
Hyundai IONIQ Boot Space
The Hyundai IONIQ has a 443-litre boot space, which means there’s enough room for your weekly shop, a folded pushchair and luggage if you’re heading away.
Conveniently located behind the steering wheel, the instrument cluster is a high resolution 7” TFT display which shows you key driving information.
The centre console features either an 8” (SE Connect) or 10.25” touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity as standard. The touchscreen display allows you to navigate your journey, connect to your smartphone and display vehicle data such as fuel consumption.
If you opt for the Premium or Premium SE model, you can take advantage of wireless charging using the charging pad located in the centre console.
Located in the centre console, the fingertip controls allow you to function the gears, change driving mode and operate the electric parking brake.
Heated and ventilated seats
If you opt for the Premium or Premium SE model, you can take advantage of heated driver and front passenger seats, whereas the Premium SE model also has ventilated seats and heated outer rear seats.
Both Premium and Premium SE models have single zone climate control so the driver and their passengers can stay as comfortable as possible.
Both Premium and Premium SE models have cup holders located in the front, so you can arrive at your destination hydrated and refreshed, without worrying about causing spills in the cabin area.
The Hyundai IONIQ has front, front side, curtain and drivers knee airbags as well as the option to de-activate the front passenger airbag.
In the event of an accident (airbags deployed), the e-Call facility will automatically connect you to the emergency services, which could be an additional lifeline, especially in rural areas. The e-Call function can also be manually activated by the driver.
If you regularly park in tight or space constrained areas, the rear-view monitor will help you see what is behind your vehicle so you can park safely and avoid any pedestrians or stationary vehicles.
Driver Assist Features
Autonomous Emergency Braking
Using the front mounted camera, Autonomous Emergency Braking will monitor the road ahead for preceding vehicles. If a crash is imminent, the AEB functionality will be activated and emergency braking applied.
Forward Collision Warning System
Using the front mounted camera, Forward Collision Warning System is designed to detect a potential collision. If the vehicle gets too close to the car in front, an alert will be sent to the driver, giving them time to react. If no action is taken, Autonomous Emergency Braking will activate.
Lane Keeping Assist System
When travelling on busy roads such as motorways or dual carriageways, Lane Keeping Assist System is designed to keep the driver in their lane and avoid a collision.
If the driver starts to manoeuvre into a different lane without activating the indicator, an alert will sound before corrective steering is applied.
Blind Spot Collision Warning
Using sensors mounted on the rear bumper (Premium models) that are designed to detect the proximity of a vehicle in the blind spot, a warning light will appear in the corresponding door mirror.
If an indicator is activated, an audible alert will sound so the driver knows that a vehicle is present in the blind spot.
If you would like to take a test drive of the Hyundai IONIQ, visit Everton Garage, your local Hyundai dealer in Lymington, Hampshire or contact us online and we will be in touch.