The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq in Santa Fe seeks to answer a simple but complex challenge: Can you enjoy an excellent drive and minimize your car’s environmental impact at the same time? Luckily, the latest edition of this highly anticipated car is checking all the right boxes.
According to official numbers from the EPA’s fueleconomy.com website, the Ioniq delivers 54 miles per gallon on the highway and 55 miles per gallon on city roads. In short, feel free to drive far and wide—the Ioniq will have more than enough energy under the hood.
Advanced Frame Design
The weight of a car is one of the biggest factors that determine its fuel efficiency. After all, the heavier it is, the more energy it takes to move it. Knowing this, Hyundai designed the 2017 Ioniq to have the frame made from aluminum and high-strength steel. The result? An extremely light car with a very rigid body structure. Not only does this advanced and lighter frame help save gas, it also improves the vehicle’s range and acceleration. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ji7ex9