The Hyundai HyperEconiq Ioniq wears Bisimoto Dream Aero kit comprising several accessories; sports an enhanced e-generator and NGK spark plugs
Hyundai Ioniq is one of the unique cars in the world of electrified greener vehicles. This is the first car in the world to be available in three different electrified powertrain options that are a plug-in hybrid model, a hybrid model and a fully electric powered model. Now, the South Korean auto major is ready to unveil the HyperEconiq Ioniq at SEMA 2017 later this month in Nevada, United States.
So, what makes the HyperEconiq Ioniq different than the regular Ioniq? The standard Hyundai Ioniq dons a ver unique design language and this HyperEconiq Ioniq sports a Bisimoto Dream Aero kit that includes several accessories enhancing the aerodynamic efficiency of the sedan. Not only that, the car is claimed to have achieved improved fuel efficiency as well, thanks to these accessories.
As Hyundai describes, this is an innovative concept car that blends hypermiling, economy and friction technologies together. It comes as a joint venture between the Koran auto major and Bisimoto Engineering. The car wears an all-black a paint scheme and it gets a carbon fibre front splitter along with carbon fibre side skirts and rear wheel covers.
The Hyundai HyperEconiq Ioniq runs on 19-inch carbon fibre wheels with Blue coloured aluminium brake caliper. The wheels come covered with low-rolling resistance tyres and there is a rear spoiler as well. Apart from these accessories, this sedan also features Progress Performance coilover suspension that reduces the ride height and helps in minimizing the drag.
The Hyundai HyperEconiq Ioniq has received performance upgrade as well. But, the brand is tightlipped about the details. However, it has equipped the car with enhanced e-generators and NGK spark plugs. Thanks to the modifications, the car delivers 34.48 kmpl of fuel efficiency, compared to the standard model’s 25 kmpl mileage. It is not sure, if Hyundai will commercially produce this model in future. But, we would love to see the brand doing so.