Hyundai recently announced the pricing and packaging details for the IONIQ 6 electric vehicle, and it looks like they're setting their target squarely on competing with (and beating?) the Tesla Model 3.
The Ioniq 6 will offer both single- and dual-motor configurations, with two battery-pack options. Thanks to its aerodynamic shape and 77.4-kWh battery pack, the longest-range SE Long Range configuration of the Ioniq 6 is expected to have an impressive estimated driving range of 361 miles. The Ioniq 6's design is inspired by Hyundai's dramatic Prophecy concept, offering both futuristic style and quick performance.
The SE Standard Range model comes only with a 53-kWh battery pack, priced at $41,600 ($42,715 including delivery), and will have limited quantities available this summer. The SE Long Range model, with a larger 77.4 kWh battery offering an EPA-estimated 361 miles of range, is priced at $45,500 ($46,615 including delivery). The Dual motor AWD models have a starting MSRP of $49,000 ($50,115 including delivery) and a range of up to 316 miles.
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The IONIQ 6 boasts cutting-edge technology, including an ultra-fast 800-volt/350kW charging system that can recharge the battery from 10 to 80 percent in as little as 18 minutes, making it the best-in-class. It is also the second Hyundai model to utilize the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), which enables the use of dual motors, optimizes interior space, and enhances overall performance. The IONIQ 6 is a significant part of Hyundai Motor Company's ambitious plan to introduce 17 battery electric vehicle (BEV) models and sell over 1.8 million BEV units worldwide by 2030.
IONIQ 6 includes unexpected levels of standard equipment. Key standard features include: