Hyundai IONIQ 6 is an aerodynamicially-designed fully-electric sedan based on Korean manufacturer's E-GMP modular vehicle platform.
Electric sedan is offered in four variants: IONIQ 6 RWD Standard Range, RWD Long Range, AWD Standard Range, and IONIQ 6 AWD Long Range. There will also be a performance version, which will probably carry the 'N' badge.
IONIQ 6 RWD has a single electric motor producing 149 horsepower, 350 Nm of torque. It can go from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.8 seconds.
2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 RWD costs $45,500 in the United States.
IONIQ 6 has entered mass-production at Hyundai's Asan plant in South Korea in Q3 2022.
Hyundai unveiled its long-waited electric sedan IONIQ 6 in June 2022. Its technical details and official renderings were made available soon after. There are four variants of the IONIQ 6; two rear-wheel-drive options with 53-kWh and 77.4-kWh battery packs. There will also be two all-wheel-drive models that can produce up to 325 horsepower. Rear-wheel-drive IONIQ 6 with the smaller battery will consume around 14 kWh every 62 miles (100 km) travelled.
2023 IONIQ 6 US Pricing, Tax Credit Eligibility and EPA Range
2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 AWD costs $49,000 in United States. Its EPA range estimate is 305 miles. The most efficient Ioniq 6 variant is the RWD Long Range model, which can travel up to 361 miles on a single charge. Ioniq 6 SE RWD Long Range US pricing is around $45,500. Here is the full list of IONIQ 6 variants and their US prices:
– IONIQ 6 SE RWD Standard Range (149-hp, 240 miles) – $41,600
– IONIQ 6 SE RWD Long Range (225-hp, 361 miles) – $45,500
– IONIQ 6 SE AWD Long Range (320-hp, 316 miles) – $49,000
– IONIQ 6 SEL RWD (225-hp, 305 miles) – $47,700
– IONIQ 6 SEL AWD (320-hp, 270 miles) – $51,200
– IONIQ 6 Limited RWD (225-hp, 305 miles) – $52,600
– IONIQ 6 Limited AWD (320-hp, 270 miles) – $56,100
IONIQ 6’s Limited trim level includes Surround View Monitor, Blind-spot View Monitor, wider sunroof, power folding side mirrors, V2L capability, Bose Premium Audio sisystem with 8-speakers, power passenger seat with lumbar support, ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel, rain sensing wipers, and the not-so-necessary electronic powertrain sound called e-ASD.
None of these variants are eligible for the $7,500 tax credit. Because Hyundai imports all IONIQ 6 modells from its home country. Korean automaker has plans to build a new EV-dedicated factory in the United States, but it will take years for Hyundai EVs to earn eligibility for the IRA tax credit.
You can check out IONIQ 6’s world premier video down below. .