Ioniqs have split-view rear window, bumper insert with graphics in front and back.
Ioniq Hybrid has standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto.
Ioniq backseat has good headroom, lacks full-extend center head restraint.
Charging times for Ioniq EV range from 4 hours on Level 2 to 23-30 minutes on Level 3 via standard DC port.
Ioniq EV's charcoal interior largely monotone save for white stitching and frosty-white trim seen on center console.
Ioniq EV has standard regen paddles, varying regenerative braking from Level 1 (mild) to Level 3 (extreme).
Shifting Ioniq EV done via easy-to-understand button array on center console.
Not needing airflow for an engine, Ioniq EV has solid glossy-black grille.
Ioniq Hybrid has more cargo volume than others in class, excepting upper grades of Prius.
Hyundai's familiar hexagonal-shaped grille used on Ioniq, giving car a pleasant face.
Blue piping adds more color to hybrid's charcoal interior. Note traditional shifter on center console.
8-in. color touchscreen part of optional Ultimate package on hybrid, EV. Center stack buttons and knobs large, well-placed.
The 3-car Ioniq lineup has sleek, modern styling outside and a handsome, functional interior inside (See related story: Ioniq Lineup a Good Value).
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