9. Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In & Electric
The Ioniq Hybrid debuted to a good amount of fanfare, but most people were waiting to learn what its plug-in and full-electric models had to offer. These folks got their fix at the Geneva Auto Show as Hyundai unveiled all the details on these two green models.
The plug-in model makes use of the same 1.6-liter engine as the hybrid but its electric motor is rated at 45 kW—13 kW more than the base hybrid—and its 8.9 kWh battery has an extra 7.34 kWh of capacity. These allow it to travel up to 31 miles on a charge before the engine kicks in.
The full-electric model uses a 28 kWh battery and an 88 kW electric motor for propulsion. This affords it a 155-mile range and a top speed of 103 mph.