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As a final climax, attendees were taken to the first floor of the building where the workshop and official after-sales service of the brand is located. There, a group of professional dancers were able to transport the guests to a magical world through dance with the five main elements: air, water, fire, earth and the IONIQ 5. The show was a brilliant closure to the call of Hyundai Canarias to celebrate the arrival of the new IONIQ 5.
With this wonderful reception, the IONIQ 5 is more than ready to win the hearts of Canary Island customers looking for sustainability, technology and energy efficiency, and is already available throughout the Official Hyundai Canarias Dealer Network.
The IONIQ 5 follows this line, but goes a step further, bridging the future of electric mobility, which is technologically more advanced, environmentally friendly and connected to the needs of today’s customers.
Customers can choose from nine exterior colors, including five new nature-inspired shades unique to this model. Among them are two matte-finish options: Gravity Bronze and Shooting-Star Gray, along with Teal Green, Mystic Green and Lucid Blue. Other exterior colors include Atlas White, Galactic Gray, Cyber Gray and Phantom Black.
For such a special occasion, Hyundai Canarias counted with the participation of Irene Gálvez, Brand Manager of Hyundai Canarias and Octavio Déniz, Product Manager expert in the most sustainable range of the brand. Both explained the qualities of the new Ioniq 5 and the meaning that represents for the Korean brand its arrival in the Canary Islands to mark a before and after in the electric section with the creation of the new Ioniq brand, exclusively for electric range vehicles.
As a final climax, the attendees were taken to the first floor of the building where the workshop and official after-sales service of the brand is located. There, a group of professional dancers were able to transport the guests to a magical world through dance with the five main elements: air, water, fire, earth and the IONIQ 5. The show was a brilliant closure to the call of Hyundai Canarias to celebrate the arrival of the new IONIQ 5.
With this wonderful reception, the IONIQ 5 is more than ready to fall in love with Canary Islands customers looking for sustainability, technology and energy efficiency, and is already available throughout the network of Hyundai Canarias Official Dealers.
The Seafuel project already has a unit of the NEXO, the fuel cell vehicle developed by Hyundai. Irene Gálvez, CEO of the brand for the Canary Islands, was in charge of handing over the keys to those responsible for this program during a protocol ceremony held at ITER.
Hyundai Canarias is an official partner of this initiative aimed at generating green hydrogen and promoting energy efficiency through the exploitation of renewable resources to supply local transport and support a low carbon economy.
The delivery ceremony, held last Monday, was also attended by the First Vice President and Island Councilor for Innovation, Enrique Arriaga, as well as Eduardo Ballesteros, CEO of the Institute of Technology and Renewable Energy, and Elsa Lopez, technician of the Tenerife Energy Agency.
The NEXO will be used to carry out the study on the socioeconomic impact of the implementation of this technology in isolated territories such as the archipelago, being supplied in the pilot plant that is planned to be installed next July in the ITER facilities, in the Industrial Park of Granadilla de Abona. This installation will be able to produce green hydrogen from sea water and renewable energies.
From this week, Hyundai Canarias has a wide variety of stock and different versions to offer customers from the Canary Islands their ideal KONA. As outstanding equipment of the KONA we can highlight: main headlights and LED daytime running lights, parking sensors with dynamic camera, alloy wheel 17 “and 18″ bi-tone, roof available in various colors, customizable interior fabric-leather, automatic climate control, touchscreen Display Audio 7” with Android Auto and Apple Car Play connectivity, blind spot detector (BSD) or the new Head-Up display information screen.
With a width of 1,800 mm and a height of only 1,550 mm, the KONA exudes robustness, underlined by optional two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels. This low and wide stance is further supported by a length of 4,165 mm and a wheelbase of 2,600 mm.
The entry-level block is the 1.0 T-GDI with 6-speed manual transmission (MT) and 120 hp (88.3 kW), whose combined fuel consumption is only 5.2 l/100 km and combined CO2 emissions of 117 g/km.