Hyundai Ioniq: Driving the Hybrid/Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle / Energy flow

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2021 Owner's Manual / Hybrid System Overview / Driving the Hybrid/Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle / Energy flow

The hybrid system informs the drivers its energy flow in various operating modes. While driving, the current energy flow is specified in 11 modes.

Vehicle Stop

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The vehicle is stopped. (No energy flow)

EV Propulsion

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

Only the motor power is used to drive the vehicle.

(Battery ➞ Wheel)

Power Assist

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

Both the motor and the engine power are used to drive the vehicle.

(Battery & Energy ➞ Wheel)

Engine Only Propulsion

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

Only the engine power is used to drive the vehicle.

(Engine ➞ Wheel)

Engine Generation

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

When the vehicle is stopped, the high-voltage battery is charged up by the engine.

(Engine ➞ Battery)

Regeneration

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The high-voltage battery is charged up by the regenerative brake system.

(Wheel ➞ Battery)

Engine Brake

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The engine braking is used to decelerate the vehicle.

(Wheel ➞ Engine)

Power Reserve

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The engine is simultaneously used to drive the vehicle and to charge up the high-voltage battery.

(Engine ➞ Wheel & Battery)

Engine Generation/Motor Drive

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The engine charges up the high-voltage battery. The motor power is used to drive the vehicle.

(Engine ➞ Battery ➞ Wheel)

Engine Generation/Regeneration

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The engine and regenerative brake system charges up the high-voltage battery.

(Engine & Wheel ➞ Battery)

Engine Brake/Regeneration

Hyundai Ioniq. Energy flow

The engine braking is simultaneously used to decelerate the vehicle and to charge up the high-voltage battery.

(Wheel ➞ Engine & Battery)

    LCD Display Messages

    Check Hybrid system This message is displayed when there is a problem with the hybrid control system. Refrain from driving when the warning message is displayed...

    Safety Precautions for Hybrid System

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