2017 Hyundai Ioniq: A Quick Look at The Tech-Sheet of The Upcoming Vehicle, Hyundai Aiming to Sell 77,000 Units of the Ioniq Globally in 2017, And More

Apart from this, the car will come with various features like autonomous braking, blind spot and warnings for cross traffic and lane departures that will ensure that drivers get the maximum amount of assistance while driving the car. A total of seven air bags will be built-into the car for safety of passengers in case of emergencies.

A renowned website reports that Hyundai is aiming to sell 77,000 units of their Ioniq in the year of 2017 on a global basis. The 77,000 units will be inclusive of all the three versions of the car. The Korean company had previously sold a total of 42,778 hybrids back in 2015.

The company elaborated on their sales planning by stating that it aims at selling 15,000 units of the car in South Korea. Sales in other markets like China, Europe and U.S. will account for the rest 62,000 units of the total 77,000 target.

Hyundai will release the hybrid model first and then the other two models will be gradually rolled out by the company over time.

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq will be unveiled to the world at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March. However, the car will have a separate unveiling in North America later at the New York Auto Show.

Stay tuned for more update on 2017 Hyundai Ioniq.