Hyundai’s 2017 Ioniq Electric is the newest inkblot on the block. It’s not a Jetsons bubbletop or a Hot Wheels Sizzler or a Tesla or a Bolt. It’s one-third of a trio of new Ioniqs, and it’s designed to blend in. It looks pretty much like any other Ioniq, which all look a lot like other Hyundais. How much psychological self-actualization is there in an electric car that’s proudly efficient in its use of electricity but keeps quiet about it? And does efficiency trump the fact that the Ioniq Electric is behind the leaders in terms of range?
I love this quote from car and driver. It really shows the uniqueness of the concept of the Ioniq. Below is the entire article if you feel like reading another review. I sure am ready to see one in person though. The story also comes with a video which I know a lot of people have expressed they liked
http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/201 ... ive-review