Today, we are covering the upcoming 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6, as well as answering the questions “Will there be a 2022 Hyundai Ioniq?” and “How long does a Hyundai Ioniq battery last?”
Hyundai has revealed the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6, its first entirely electric car, however calling it a sedan does not do this pretty unique vehicle justice. Although the Korean carmaker made great efforts to make the Ioniq 6 resemble the 2020 concept car, we may argue that the Hyundai Prophecy did not fully materialize.
How long does a Hyundai Ioniq battery last?
The information shared about the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is extremely limited. Among the first information announced, there is no power transmission information of the vehicle. That’s why we can’t say how fast the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is or how far it will go on a single charge.
We should point out right away that Hyundai has not yet disclosed the powertrain parameters, so we are unable to provide you with information regarding the Ioniq 6’s top speed or range on a single charge. We know the electric sedan is built on the same 800-volt E-GMP EV architecture as the Ioniq 5, so we should anticipate identical powertrain and battery specs, even though those specifics won’t be released until July. There are many issues with the Ioniq 6’s design, which follows a coupe-like body form similar to the Prophecy Concept but is obviously higher and heavier and hence has less slender proportions.
The design of the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6
2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6’s bodywork makes it obvious that its designers wanted to make it as aerodynamic as possible; the reported drag coefficient of 0.21, which is comparable to a Tesla Model 3, is proof of this. This outcome is influenced by the nose’s downward slope, the roofline’s slope, and the clean surfaces. Actually, Hyundai considered calling the car Streamliner, which reveals a lot about the way the manufacturer views the Ioniq 6.
The pop-out door handles, tiny side rearview cameras, and whale tail spoiler at the back all contribute to reducing air resistance by design. Not only does the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 have a whale tail spoiler, but it also has taillights that run the length of the car, giving it a design that is reminiscent of a Porsche 911. Speaking of lighting, there are 700 “Parametric Pixel” LEDs across the Ioniq 5’s headlights, taillights, third brake light, and rear reflectors.
The inside has essentially nothing in common with the futuristic cabin of the fully autonomous study, despite the appearance resembling the Prophecy. It has a much more similar dashboard design to the Ioniq 5 with two 12.0-inch displays on top of it, and a familiar-looking steering wheel (instead of the Hyundai emblem, it has four interactive pixels), and variable ambient lighting. Contrary to the Ioniq 5, a central console in the shape of a bridge has been added, offering handy and roomy in-car storage. In the first half of 2023, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 is anticipated to go on sale in the United States, making it a 2024 model.
Will there be a 2022 Hyundai Ioniq?
The manufacture of the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid will finish in July at the company’s Ulsan factory in South Korea. The statement was made on Hyundai’s European media site, which bids farewell to the first-generation Ioniq. The Ioniq has also vanished from Hyundai’s consumer website in the United States.