Hyundai’s Ioniq hatchback comes in three alt-fuel flavors: as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric vehicle (EV). Not much has changed with the Ioniq’s in-cabin tech since the car was introduced in 2017, which is a good thing, while the ’19 model adds several key driver assists. For years Hyundai has consistently offered some of the easiest to use and most flexible infotainment systems of any OEM. The Ioniq Limited I tested has an 8-in. (20-cm) touchscreen ...

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