Come aboard the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid


The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is the South Korean carmaker’s first-ever hybrid offering in the Philippines and was introduced back in 2018 at for that year’s Manila International Auto Show (MIAS).

Hyundai gave the Ioniq Hybrid a simple and uncluttered design.

Included is a relatively modest grille at the front flanked by projector-type headlamps with daytime running lights (DRLs). On its side are side-view mirrors with repeaters. At the rear, you get a similar lighting setup with LED tail lamps and a rear spoiler with a high-mount stop lamp (HMSL).

At a glance, the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid gives off a modern minimalist look which attracted many of this generation’s car buyers looking for a daily driver that would evoke the same contemporary style. However, it made many interested customers wonder if Hyundai’s hybrid car looks as good inside as it does  outside.

Find yourself asking the same question? Don’t worry. Today we take you on a tour of the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid’s cabin to show you some notable interior features and help you decide whether it’s the right ride for you.


Modern interior design

Prepare to be greeted with plenty of beige accents the moment you open the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid’s doors. The locally available units are made with a light interior that does give Hyundai’s hybrid offering a rather modern look.

The beige interior is paired with black plastic trims found on the steering wheel, center console, the infotainment system, and the door panels.

Decent car tech

The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is equipped with a five-inch infotainment display that also doubles as a monitor to show driving data like fuel economy and the car’s energy flow as well as provide feedback from the Ioniq Hybrid’s rear camera.

The infotainment system is also compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Audio is delivered through Infinity speakers found across the cabin.

A Qi wireless charging pad is also included, allowing drivers and passengers to conveniently charge compatible smartphones.

The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid keeps both driver and passenger cool during long drives with a dual-zone automatic air conditioner.

These features may not win the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid an award but it’s decent enough for daily driving.

Detailed steering wheel

No, we’re not talking about premium leather and stitching. The details we are referring to are the controls on the Hyundai Ioniq’s steering wheels that allow drivers to basically carry out tasks that would otherwise cause them to take one hand off the wheel.


These controls include volume controls and buttons that allow you to answer or drop a call.

Does Hyundai’s hybrid offering pique your interest? Check out Carmudi Philippines’ selection of second-hand Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid here.

Photos from Hyundai

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