Hyundai reveals the 2020 Ioniq Electric price for the U.S. market. It starts from $34,000, meaning the car rose in price by 2,755 dollars compared with the 2019 model.
Updates include enlargement in range and power, improvement in charging ability and standard equipment.
Horsepower grew from 118 to 134. The battery capacity became 38.2 kWh instead of 28.0 kWh, so the driving range boosted too – from 124 to 170 miles (from 200 to 274 km).
Two trim levels are available: SE and Limited. The upper-level vehicle costs $39,610.
The standard equipment includes an 8.0-inch infotainment screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a number of driver assistance systems. Lane Keep Assist, forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection are among them.