22 Mar '16, 12pm

Hyundai Ioniq Electric Will Have 110 Mile Range

Hyundai Ioniq Electric Will Have 110 Mile Range

The battery electric car will have four levels of regenerative braking available. The driver will be able to select between the options using paddles behind the steering wheel. Those paddles are similar to those used to control dual clutch automatic transmissions, except the Ioniq has no transmission. It will also have a navigation system that uses an “eco-routing” algorithm that can choose the most energy efficient route to a destination. It factors in issues such as hills, turns, traffic signals, traffic and speed limits to preserve battery life and fight range anxiety.

Full article: http://gas2.org/2016/03/22/hyundai-ioniq-electric-will-ha...

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