As those earlier shots reveal, and as these sketches hint - albeit in the usual muscular concept fashion - the Ioniq’s styling will walk the line between conventional liftback car and the “look at me, I’m a hybrid” look established by the Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.
These teasers also offer a revealing new look at the Ioniq’s interior design, which it appears will feature a broad white dashboard, although a black version may also be offered.
A clean, modern and clutter-free layout will be the key view of the Ioniq’s interior, with a broad main display set above a secondary screen likely intended for air-conditioning control.
The Ioniq will be the first production car to be offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full-electric forms. And while Australia is so far only scheduled to receive the regular hybrid model, Hyundai’s local arm has confirmed it is pushing to add the plug-in model to the local line-up.
The Ioniq will make its global debut in Korea this month, with an Australian debut locked in for the third quarter of 2016.
For more on the Ioniq’s technology, and our revealing spy photos, see the links below.