Electrify your driving experience with 34-miles of projected all-electric range.
The turbocharged engine and battery reserve are engineered to provide you with seamless power integration, resulting in a combined 261 hp, and 258 lb-ft of torque.
Level 2 chargers can provide a full charge in about two hours. Install at home or plug into the expanding public grid.
Class-leading cargo room gives you ample storage space so you can pack in gear, coolers, and more behind the second row of seats.
The Smart Power Tailgate™ opens automatically by sensing your key, giving you hands-free access to the cargo area.
Sportage Plug-in Hybrid features a panoramic sunroof that provides an expansive view of the sky for a more enjoyable driving experience.
No matter the temperature outside, heated and ventilated front seats let you drive in perfect comfort.
With the available Remote Smart Parking Assist, you can remotely command your Sportage Plug-In Hybrid to pull in or out of a parking space for improved accessibility.
Using four exterior mounted cameras, the available Surround View Monitor displays your surroundings in a 360° view to enhance awareness when maneuvering your vehicle in certain situations.
The available driver-centric dual panoramic displays give you 25 inches of integrated screen for navigation, diagnostic, convenience, and entertainment features.
The available system is designed to help detect a potential collision and automatically apply the brakes in a variety of circumstances, including when turning through an intersection or sharing the road with cyclists and pedestrians.
The standard Lane Keeping Assist system is designed to monitor the lane markers on the road with a front view camera on the windshield. While standard Lane Following Assist may provide steering inputs to help keep your vehicle centered in its lane.
If you try to change lanes while an object is detected in your blind spot, the available system helps maintain your previous course by applying the brakes to the outer wheel to help return the vehicle to its lane.
Using radar sensors hidden in the corners of the rear bumper, the standard system scans for passing cars, motorcycles, and/or other vehicles as you back up. If the system detects a vehicle or pedestrian when backing out of a parking spot, the system alerts the driver and applies the brakes.