No detaisl other than it was replaced on Hyundai's recommendation. The EPB failure warning has not appeared since.Woah, imagine getting that after the warranty expired! If keeping the car until it reaches the end of its useful life, an extended warranty isn't a bad idea. Did Hyundai go into detail about what was wrong with the drive unit?
Update2020 premium SE.
1) Intermittent creaking from rear when going over bumps, initially I thought this was a loose rear seat U fixing, but now I am fairly sure it's coming from the hatchback itself. Have seen other people had similar issues, will let dealer know at first service in Feb.
2) Flat 12 volt, 5 times, 4 trips to dealer. First 3 times no apparent cause, battery changed at second time. At the last occurrence an error code pointed them to the passenger side door locks which had no/faulty water proofing on the electrical contacts shorting them out and keeping the car awake. Several of these happened after rain or washing the car.
3) Loose hinge on offside passenger side rear seat with plastic cone bush found loose in the hinge, sorted on one of the many trips to sort out the 12volt.
I couldn't find anywhere actual photos of the cells on google, and I really searched a lot before posting to this thread.Google Images? Here's one for example:
2019 HYUNDAI IONIQ HYBRID 37501-G2100 High Voltage Battery 065 | eBay
I also had this a while back, but then again I’m sure it was caused by the weather conditions (it was raining cats and dogs).Had an issue with the Smart Cruise Control today. A red triangle with an exclamation mark appeared on the dash and the display said the conditions for smart control could not be met. Thirty seconds later the triangle disappeared and everything went back to normal.