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The Hyundai Ioniq returns for 2020 with quite a few changes under the skin to make it easier to live with. The interior has been given a redesign, with a bigger 8-inch screen replacing the old 7-inch unit. The interior redesign also includes new ambient lighting, while housing the controls for some of the new tech that's made its way into the Ioniq. Hyundai's excellent Smart Cruise Control system has been added to several trims, meaning the car will speed up, slow down and even stop to keep pace with traffic. In addition, the systems can also be utilized to help steer the car with its capable lane keep assist system. Mechanically, the electric version of the Ioniq gets quite a few enhancements to its drivetrain. The most obvious one is a bump in range. While 124 miles was good enough for most commuters, the Ioniq electric can now go 170 miles, thanks to a bigger battery pack. More good news though comes in the form of both faster charging (less than an hour to reach 80 percent) as well as a bit more horsepower, 134 up from 118.