6) Hyundai Ioniq
Hyundai’s midsize electric hybrid was unveiled as recently as 2016. The car will be offered in three variants namely all-electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid. Each variant is based on a dedicated platform with a view to optimize each car’s efficiency, comfort and handling.
Ioniq uses a combination of aluminum and high strength steel for body rigidity, structural strength and weight reduction. Multiple active and passive aerodynamic features give the car a drag coefficient of 0.24.
Hyundai also likes to pack its cars with features. Amenities include a power tilt and slide sunroof, heated front seats, and a 7 inch color touchscreen display audio with apple and android compatibility. Safety features consist of a rearview camera, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection and many more.
The 60/40 split folding rear seatback creates versatile space. The car incorporates bio fabrics and creatively recycled plastics to minimize its ecological footprint