The Plug-in version of the Ioniq Hybrid allows as the name suggests for you to plug in the car at home to recharge the battery from the mains rather than simply using the petrol motor and energy regeneration, meaning more cheap motoring miles before the 1.6 petrol engine needs to kick in and if you're doing short distances every day but need a longer journey occasionally then this is the one for you. It's fitted with the same 1.6 GDI petrol engine but combined with a larger capacity 44.5kW battery (as opposed to the 32kW in the standard Ioniq) this doesnt give any more performance but increases the range of battery-only travel that the car is capable of. The Plug in version comes in either the Premium or Premium SE spec, and Hyundai charges around £5000 more than the standard car, so its worth doing your sums to see how much you might save in fuel is worth the extra.
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