Hyundai recently announced the upcoming release of their newest three-row SUV, the Ioniq 7, at the New York Auto Show. The Ioniq 7 will be a pure electric vehicle, but it won’t be available for two more years. Many potential buyers are wondering whether they should wait or buy now, or if there will be anything comparable coming out soon that might make the Ioniq 7 unnecessary to purchase until later on. Here are some reasons why we think you shouldn’t wait and why the Hyundai Ioniq 7 will be worth waiting for when it arrives in 2020…
Design and Performance
The Hyundai Ioniq 7 is more than just an electric car. It offers the performance, durability, and versatility of a sporty SUV with premium features like a panoramic sunroof, 400-watt power outlet for home and work charging needs, 10-way power front seats, and hot/cold air conditioning. These all make it worth waiting for. Read on to learn about its design, interior, exterior and performance.
A Smooth Ride in the Hyundai Ioniq 7
The Hyundai Ioniq 7 is an all-electric, seven-seater SUV that provides a smooth ride. With three rows of seats, it gives the whole family ample room to enjoy the journey while making a significant contribution to CO2 emissions reductions. In fact, the use of low carbon technologies in this vehicle has been recognized by the CARB (California Air Resources Board) as compliant with California’s Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) standard.
Technology in the Hyundai Ioniq 7
- Panoramic roof on all models, with wireless charging and sunshades.
- Intelligent seat belt system.
- Recaro race-inspired seats.
- Harman Kardon sound system with 14 speakers, or a 100% digital audio system. – Rear camera that includes a cross traffic alert function.
- Driver Alert System detects fatigue and will remind the driver to take a break if necessary.
Value of the Hyundai Ioniq 7
This new addition to the Hyundai lineup will get you where you need to go, while being green. With more than 280 miles on a single charge, this is a cost-effective option with three different powertrain options and optional active safety features like lane keep assist and blind spot detection. It may be hard for some people to wait four more years before seeing one of these in the showroom, but this is going to be worth it.
An Amazing Warranty
Under Hyundai’s warranty, new Ioniqs come with a 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty and a 5-year/60,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty. In addition to a great limited powertrain warranty, Hyundai provides owners with 24/7 roadside assistance. They also have an exclusive 12-month/12,000-mile Carefree Maintenance Program that includes free vehicle checkups every 3 months or 3,000 miles (whichever comes first). And finally, they offer drivers a 72 hour or 100 mile Powertrain warranty that protects against the engine and transmission of the car breaking down.