Last month, Hyundai released a few teaser images of the upcoming Ioniq green car, and these images showed off some of the car’s basic design language. Today, the automaker gives us yet another peek into the Ioniq’s design, as it has revealed two more-detailed teaser sketches of the upcoming car.
These teaser images don’t reveal a whole lot more than the original ones, but they do confirm the subtlety Hyundai used in styling this green rig. We also get a better look at the front end, which boasts Hyundai’s signature hexagonal grille, large air inlets on each edge of the bumper, and Hyundai’s signature LED accent lighting in the headlights. The only thing that really pops from the front end are the blue accents on the headlights, air inlets, front splitter, and the wheels.
The teaser sketch of the inside also shows off a bit more detail than before, and with this, it shows that Hyundai was subtle here as well. The center stack looks clean and well organized with its touchscreen up top and various climate controls below. The steering wheel appears to be pretty much standard Hyundai ware, as do the seats. There are a few blue accents to match the exterior strewn throughout the cabin that give it a little pop. I am sure there are a few super-modern bits in here, but we will learn more about those once the Ioniq makes its official debut.
The most anticipated news remains unknown, unfortunately. I am talking about the Ioniq’s powertrain, of course. All we know is that this will be the first-ever model to have a full-electric, plug-in hybrid, and traditional hybrid all available under the same body.
The Ioniq is set to debut in Korea later in January, and we should learn about all this car has to offer at that point. Keep it locked here for the latest details.