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Car and Driver: Hyundai’s Prius-Fighting Ioniq EV/Hybrid Caught Undisguised!

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Hyundai’s Ioniq, the brand’s upcoming hybrid/EV entry, has been caught undisguised during a video shoot. The Ioniq is scheduled to make its official debut next month in Korea, but you get to see it now.

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Hyundai just recently rolled out a teaser image of the Ioniq, at which time the Korean automaker announced that the new model would be a dedicated green model, sold as an EV (Hyundai’s first), as well as a plug-in hybrid and a conventional hybrid.

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From the spy pictures, we can see that although the Ioniq has a clipped tail like a hatchback, the new Hyundai actually appears to be a notchback sedan. The characteristic Hyundai hexagon grille features horizontal bands and flows into the headlamps, which have C-shaped daytime running lamps. Vertical fog lamps, rendered in LEDs, punctuate the lower corners of the otherwise smooth front fascia.

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We’ll learn much more about the Ioniq, which is being readied to take on the Toyota Prius as well as the Nissan Leaf and friends, once it’s officially unveiled next month.

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