Car Tech Video: Hyundai I-oniq concept
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Car Tech Video: Hyundai I-oniq concept

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Hyundai hints at an oblique assault on the Volt and Karma

You can always tell the concept cars just look for the Ceasar or Goldwin doors that goes for this (Honda?) ionic concept and will impractical doors are now officially boring of the car show circuit. The styling on this guy is otherwise not. I'm not even sure how I describe all those completing lines and shapes on this sort of station wagon other than to say they get your attention especially out back. It's envision there's a ranging standard like a (volt or a karma?) doing some 70 miles or so on EV mode before calling at a little one leader generator engines to make more electricity. Now nothing about this car says production except maybe that power trained idea. We expect to range standard from Monday sooner than later.

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