2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is aiming to compete with the Tesla Model 3. The four-door will be sold under the company’s Ioniq subbrand, which only makes electric vehicles. The styling is inspired by Hyundai’s drama concept, and the sedan looks futuristic, stylish, and quick while offering a premium and luxurious interior compared with Hyundai’s gas-powered sedans.
The Ioniq 6 is a new model in the lineup and will sit in between the Ioniq 5 and the upcoming Ioniq 7. This sedan has a more low-slung profile than those of taller crossovers, featuring a lounge-like comfortable interior. The initial view of the interior shows a modern and minimalist vibe, and Hyundai says that it has a flat floor to aid the feeling of spaciousness inside, along with some colorful ambient lighting.
The 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster and a 12.0-inch infotainment screen will use the same software as other Hyundai vehicles, these incorporate BlueLink for connectivity functions and link using either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Battery, Performance, Charging & Range
As we guess, the Ioniq 6 will share a similar platform as the Ioniq 5, its powertrain will likely be used here. The base models will be powered by a single electric motor powering the rear wheels. And the more expensive dual-motor will provide AWD. The front and rear electric motors generate between 168 hp and 320 hp. The sedan needs to offer at least 300 miles of range to compete with the Model 3. Also, its aerodynamic shape may achieve even better ratings than its sibling.
The Ioniq 6 is likely to be more expensive than the Ioniq 5, which starts at $40,925. The base model should start at $42,000 (est) and go all the way up to $54,000 (est) for the top-tier Limited model.
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