After the Nexo and the Kona, the Ioniq's interiors feel a tad dull, however, there is no mistaking the Ioniq as anything else but a Hyundai. The steering wheel and the buttons feel quite familiar and while it's not the classiest cabin we have experienced, it’s certainly very ergonomic and loaded with features.
The front seats are pretty comfy for most frames and you can get into a comfortable position in no time at all. The rear, however, isn’t the most spacious. Headroom is also little compromised thanks to the sloping roofline but will affect you only if you are over six-feet tall.
A 10.25-inch infotainment screen takes centre stage with all the connectivity options and you also get automatic headlights, automatic temperature control, heated front seats, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, cruise control, keyless entry and push-button start, power sunroof, power driver’s seat adjustment with memory function, an auto-dimming mirror, and a wireless charging pad.