Hyundai knows there are people out there who might want to drive a hybrid but don't think they conform to the stereotypes of a hybrid driver. Just because they don't hug trees or prefer eating healthy foods like kale does not mean they don't want better gas mileage. As they go about their days, men and women sing about their reluctance to buy a hybrid car. They want better batteries, more cargo room and a good-looking car, but they also think there is not anything on the market that is made for them. Hyundai introduces its 2017 Ioniq, which may get up to 59 miles per gallon, as an option for the people who wonder if a hybrid is for them.