Hyundai Ioniq 6 in 2024- power packed futuristic EV

August 17, 2022 by Mahesh Gautam

Hyundai Ioniq 6 to be launched with awesome feature and design. 

Hyundai aims to take on the Tesla Model 3 with an upcoming EV sedan model called the Ionic 6. The four-door fits the company’s Ioniq sub-brand, which consists of electric vehicles, and shares components with his larger, boxier Ioniq 5. Thus, single and dual motor configurations are offered with two battery pack options. A larger package combined with an aerodynamic shape means the 6 could potentially offer a range of up to 400 miles in certain configurations. Its design is inspired by Hyundai’s dramatic Prophecy concept, The Ioniq 6 looks futuristic, stylish and fast, but offers a more luxurious interior and additional technical features compared to Hyundai’s petrol-powered Sonata and Elantra sedans.

The Ioniq 6 is going to be a new addition to the lineup of ioniq series from Hyundai. It will split digitally between the Ioniq 5 and the upcoming Ioniq 7, but it is a lower profile sedan than larger crossovers.

Power and performance of electric motor in Hyundai Ioniq 6

The Ioniq 6 shares a platform with the Ioniq 5, so its powertrain mirrors that model’s offering. That means the base model is powered by a single electric motor driving the rear wheels, while the more expensive dual-motor version offers all-wheel drive thanks to front and rear electric motors. ‘s single-engine configuration horsepower has yet to be announced, but it could be 168hp, about the same as the Ioniq 5. A car with two engines has 321 horsepower.

Battery, charging time and life of Ioniq 6

The Ioniq 6 should offer at least 300 miles of range to compete with the Model 3, and that seems well within reach. We believe it can, but an official EPA rating has not yet been released. The basic battery for single-engine vehicles has a low capacity of 55.0 kWh. Once you have the Ioniq 6, test it on a real autobahn at 75 mph.

Interior and cargo of Ioniq 6

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Hyundai has traditionally focused on lounging comfort in its Ioniq models, and the 6 Series appears to be no exception. The first photos of the cabin reveal a similarly modern, minimalist aesthetic to the Ioniq 5. Hyundai says it has flat floors to help with the sense of spaciousness inside, and ambient lighting to add color. As a conventional 4-door sedan, it will be a 5-seater with a rear bench seat. Trunk cargo space is nothing compared to hatchbacks or crossovers, but folding the rear seats can provide more space in the rear.

Infotainment system and connectivity of Ioniq 6

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A 12.0-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.0-inch infotainment screen are both offered. We expect the Ioniq 6 to use the same software as other Hyundai models, including Blue Link for connectivity features and connecting to smartphones via either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Infotainment system details will be revealed shortly before the Ioniq 6’s official launch.

Variant of Ioniq 6

According to some rumors and reports, Hyundai is planning to launch its new Ioniq 6 in three different variants mentioned as Ioniq 6 SE, Ioniq 6 SEL and the Ioniq 6 limited. Pricing of these Ioniq 6 variants will be different from each other according to features being provided in each are different. �?

Pricing of Ioniq 6

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The Ioniq 6 is expected to be slightly more expensive than the Ioniq 5 which starts at $40,925. It will likely offer similar trim levels and powertrain configurations with smaller and larger battery packs and either rear or all-wheel drive.

Pricing is expected to be same as mentioned below:

SE $42,000 (est)
SEL$48,000 (est)
Limited$54,000 (est)

Pricing of Ioniq 6

Safety features of Ioniq 6

With bigger name comes bigger responsibility in al forms whether it be performance or the safety. Ioniq 6 is full packed with high end safety features. Some of the safety features of Ioniq 6 are:

7 airbags: side, front and rear airbags including head airbag system Front and corner radars, cameras. Highway Driving Assist II, Forward Collision Warning, Pedestrian and Cyclist Detecting Automatic Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Collision Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist, Lane Keep Assist, Exit Assist, High Beam Assist, Intelligent Speed ​​Limit Assist, Driver Attention Warning.

That’s all for the new beast performance sedan EV from Hyundai – the new Hyundai Ioniq 6. Stay updated and follow KNOWMYEV in its socials to get latest information regarding launch and other info of EVs.

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