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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, PHEV & Electric Australian Launch Info

Hyundai is set to finally start selling the Ioniq Electric in Australia on December 10th, 2018. Drive Zero has received a scanned version of the brochure used to train sales staff at dealers planning to sell the Ioniq. It contains all the Australian relevant info you need that is currently lacking from Hyundai’s website.

Download the PDF full of specs and details about the Australian Hyundai Ioniq range.

Some points of interest:

  • Two variants, Elite ($44,990 + onroad costs) & Premium ($48,990 + onroad costs)
  • Australian Ioniqs will have Hyundai Auto Link enabled, see brochure for specifics
  • Both Electric variants receive Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go
  • Servicing cost is $160 per 15,000km/12m
  • 5 year unlimited km warranty, no info on battery specific warranty at this stage
  • Hyundai is offering the Delta AC Mini Plus home charger for $2,000 including “standard install” via JET Charge

Elite vs. Premium (aka what do you get for $4,000?)

  • Integrated Memory System (IMS) – driver’s seat
  • Parking Distance Warning – Front (Elite has rear only)
  • Leather appointed seats
  • Driver’s seat – power adjustable 10-way with 2-way lumbar support
  • Passenger’s seat – height adjustable
  • USB outlet in front centre console armest storage box
  • Qi wireless smartphone charger
  • Glass sunroof
  • Anti-pinch safety feature front windows
  • Electro-chromatic auto dimming rear view mirror
  • Exterior mirrors auto dip on rev function
  • Air ventilated front seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • LED headlight (low beam)
  • LED indicator & positioning lights
  • LED front room lights & map lights
  • LED centre room light
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