Hyundai is set to unveil a brand-new plug-in hybrid car at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in order to showcase the very best vehicular technology at its disposal.
This particular car, dubbed the IONIQ Plug-in hybrid, comes equipped with a great 1.6-liter Kappa GDi engine that is capable of generating as much as 104 horsepower in addition to 57 pounds-feet of torque, with a six-speed double-clutch transmission allowing full control over vehicular performance.
This vehicle will promise an all-electric range of 50km, and will come with a variety of safety features. These features include autonomous emergency braking, lane assist, blind spot detection, adaptive cruise control and rear cross-traffic alert technologies, all of which ensure that drivers and passengers are sheltered from accidents at all times.
Rounding off the vehicle's specs are carbon dioxide emission numbers of 32 grams per kilometer, marking this out as a car that blends high performance and safety with eco-friendly functioning as well.
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