Join Date: May 2017
Location: Sarfampton, darn sarf, where you get your feet wet.
I think the exact opposite. The rear legroom is massively adaptable by the range of motion in the front seats, and if the car was set to slide the drivers seat to the rear automatically it looks like it kills the rear legroom. Most dealers also set the passenger seat well to the rear to maximise access for punters to the front, anyway, and to match the position of the drivers seat - keeps it consistent.
I'd say there's between 2 and 4 inches MORE legroom in the Ioniq than the Prius, although the Prius does have marginally more headroom over the rear seat passengers heads. There is also far more footwell room in the Hyundai.
2017 Premium SE with 15" wheels