The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 has surpassed the Ioniq 5, not only in numbers, but as it has greater EV range. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has the option of a 53-kWh battery equipped with RWD, single motor with 149 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque or a 77.4 kWh battery, dual motor AWD with combined 320 hp. If you opt for the 77.4 kWh battery, you have the option of a RWD or AWD and that also changes the amount of horsepower.
Official range estimates have yet to be determined by the EPA but for the 77.4 kWh battery, Hyundai estimates about 340 miles or 547km. 0 – 60 miles/hour (or 96 km/hr) is done in about 5 seconds. Charging time can take anywhere between 18 minutes to over 7 hours, depending on the charger type. The Ioniq 6 will need to be preconditioned before arriving at a charging station to achieve the 18-minute charging mark while using a 350-kWh charger. If you use a level 2 charger at home, it will take a little over 7 hours for a full charge. The 18-minute mark is achieved thanks to the E-GMP Design an 800-volt electrical system. With this battery designed for Hyundai, you could also power or charge another EV vehicle along with any electrical devices.
Pricing is yet to be officially announced within the next couple of months.
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