Hyundai ioniq 6 Range, Interior, Specs

Ioniq 6

The Hyundai ioniq 6 is the most aerodynamic EV in the company’s lineup and is slated to go on sale in a few European regions later this year and in North America by the beginning of 2023. The active air flap, wheel air curtains, integrated rear spoiler, and wheel gap reducers are just a few of the crucial design components that work together to help the EV cut through air.

  • Featuring two different battery pack choices.
  • available with 2WD or AWD drivetrains.

Hyundai ioniq 6

Hyundai first unveiled the brand-new Ioniq 6 in July 2022. Hyundai has finally disclosed the technical details of the EV that will join its counterpart, the Ioniq 5, although the four-door electric car with the sweeping roofline and a drag coefficient of 0.21 did catch people’s attention.

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Specs 

Battery Options
  • Standard: A 53.0 Kwh Unit 
  • Long-Range: 77.4 Kwh Unit
Peak Power 325 Ps 
Torque 605 Nm 
Charging Time  18 Minutes 

Two battery options—a 53.0 kWh unit that is standard and a long-range 77.4 kWh unit—power the Hyundai loniq 6. The loniq 6 has an AWD option in the long-range battery configuration as well.

The loniq 6 is promising a whopping 325 PS of peak power and 605 Nm of immediate torque before to its official launch. It further asserts that 0 to 100 kph can be reached in 5.1 seconds. The EV can be powered from 10% to 80% in approximately 18 minutes when parked and plugged into a 350 kW DC station.

Hyundai has already announced that it will bring the loniq 5 to Indian soil as a direct competitor to the Kia EV6, which was also introduced earlier this year, while the loniq 6 is getting ready for a launch in western markets.

Ioniq 6

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Charging 

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has an 800V ultra-fast charging capability that charges the battery from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes. Additionally, it allows 400V charging without the use of extra parts or adapters. The 77.4kWh and 53kWh battery pack configurations are available for the electric sedan. The latter has a 429-kilometer driving range on a single charge.

Ioniq 6 Interior

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Design 

The EV boasts a sleek design, an active air flap, wheel air curtains, an integrated rear spoiler, and wheel gap reducers that lessen the gap between the front bumper and tyres to enhance aerodynamic performance near the wheel wells.

The electric streamliner is said to have been given a larger wheelbase for the comfort of the passengers while also overcoming the aerodynamic difficulties brought on by its low front overhang thanks to this Hyundai innovation.

Head of the Total Vehicle Performance Development Center at Hyundai Motor Company Byung Hoon Min remarked, “We made every effort to develop the most efficient automobile in the EV market. “Our emphasis on enhancing aerodynamics helped to produce one of the longest all-electric range vehicles available, which will lessen customers’ EV range anxiety and aid in the segment’s growth,” the company said.

Ioniq 6 Tail

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Exterior 

The sedan’s dynamic air flap, wheel air curtains, integrated rear spoiler, and wheel gap reducers are a few of its significant visual features. For those who are curious, wheel gap reducers are used to reduce the empty space between the front bumper and tyres in order to enhance the aerodynamics near the wheel wells.

Later this year, the Hyundai IONIQ 6 will go on sale in Europe. North America will follow in 2023. Pricing is one significant piece of information that is currently missing, and we hope to find out soon before the EU debut. 

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