Electric mobility appears to be the way forward for all the world wide models in recent many years and its no unique for Hyundai. The carmaker uncovered its first devoted EV, the Ioniq 5 in global markets in 2021 with the retro-styled SUV now producing its way to Indian shores. Hyundai’s stall even so experienced additional to give with the firm showcasing the all-new Ioniq 6 streamliner at the 2023 Expo.
Hyundai’s 2nd e-GMP model, the Ioniq 6 is a sleek-hunting 4-doorway coupe with the design incorporating the Parametric Pixel design components first found on the 5. The reduced and smooth of the sedan will come from a collaboration between engineers and designers and gives Hyundai’s electrical sedan a low drag co-efficient of .21. The light-weight cluster make outstanding use of the Parametric Pixel components such as the DRL’s up entrance and in the third cease lamp and the major tail lamp device at the rear. The D-pillar flows correct up to the base of the minimal established tail with the twin spoilers also encouraging minimize total drag.
The Ioniq 6 sits on a 2,950mm wheelbase with the sedan stretching to 4,855 mm in length. The auto steps in at 1880mm large but is just 1,495mm tall.
The cabin gets a minimalist design with a pair of 12-inch shows sitting down in just a absolutely free-standing housing atop the dashboard housing the instrument panel and central touchscreen. The air-con vents are neatly blended into an inset that divides the dashboard into two whilst occupants get accessibility to the air-con controls by using a contact-sensitive panel and some physical keys situated underneath the central air-con vents.
The Ioniq 6 is obtainable in a assortment of battery and electric powered motor configurations. The leading-of-the-line dual motor setup is an AWD option making a blended electric power output of 322 bhp and 605 Nm of torque. This configuration can go from kmph to 100 kmph in 5.1 seconds. Battery packs include either a 53 kWh device or a 77.4 kWh device.