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2021 Hyundai 'Ioniq 5' coming to Australia, more Ioniq models to follow
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9th Aug 2020
3 min read

2021 Hyundai 'Ioniq 5' coming to Australia, more Ioniq models to follow

Korean car maker Hyundai has confirmed it will launch a trio of new Hyundai Ioniq electric cars starting from 2021, based on two familiar concepts and one still to be shown. The 2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric SUV (more a jacked-up hatch) will appear early next year, based on the 45 concept shown in 2019, and the company's local arm has confirmed an Australian launch will occur in the months to follow.
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Mike Stevens
Hyundai’s hybrid and electric-car stampede: 44 new models by 2025
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4th Nov 2019
3 min read

Hyundai’s hybrid and electric-car stampede: 44 new models by 2025

Hyundai is preparing to launch 44 hybrid and electric cars in the next five years as it aims to close the gap with the world’s biggest seller of petrol-electric vehicles, Toyota. The Korean car maker says hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric cars now account for 2.8 per cent of all new vehicle sales in Australia – more than doubling in the past five years.
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Joshua Dowling
2020 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid, plug-in hybrid facelift unveiled
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17th Jan 2019
1 min read

2020 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid, plug-in hybrid facelift unveiled

A facelift for the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid models has been unveiled overnight, just a month after the current model arrived in Australia. External revisions to the Ioniq include a revised grille, tweaked front bumper design, new LED driving lights, and new LED headlamps and tail-light graphics for top-spec models. Grille aside, the changes to the car's exterior are pretty subtle. Interestingly Hyundai has decided to make more extensive revisions to the interior.
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Derek Fung
CarAdvice podcast 132: Grand Tour test driver, Abbie Eaton!
Hyundai Ioniq 2018, Kia Stinger 2018
podcast
7th Dec 2018

CarAdvice podcast 132: Grand Tour test driver, Abbie Eaton!

This week you're joined by Mandy Turner, Kez Casey, and James Wong. In car news, Volkswagen has announced its next generation platforms will be the last with petrol and diesel engines, and Mazda has stated there will be no more MPS models. Also, Ssangyong has confirmed a seven-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, and the 2019 Jeep Wrangler has scored a one-star Euro NCAP safety rating. Scott Collie discusses November VFACTS and reviews the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq.