The sleek IONIQ 6 is the newest model in Hyundai's range of electric cars. It has cutting-edge technology, unique features, and a long-range that breaks down barriers.
Under the stringent WLTP standard, the IONIQ 6 has a potential range of up to 610 kilometers. The cutting-edge dedicated electric car platform (E-GMP) also allows for ultra-fast charging with onboard 800V technology (Electric-Global Modular Platform). The electric vehicle boasts Hyundai's most aerodynamic design to date, in addition to other impressive qualities such as ambient lighting in two tones, Speed Sync Lighting, an electric vehicle performance tune-up, and Electric Active Sound Design (e-ASD). All to enhance people's experiences with electric mobility.
Depending on the market, different powertrains and battery packs will be offered for the Hyundai IONIQ 6. The battery pack in the Ioniq 6 Long Range model is rated at 77.4 kW and is available in rear- or all-wheel drive configurations. The flagship model is powered by a pair of engines and all-wheel drive, generating a total of 325 hp and 605 Nm of torque. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 Long Range can reach 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds.
Moreover, the vehicle has excellent fuel economy. Estimated consumption in WLTP conditions for the model with a 53 kWh battery pack, RWD, and 18" wheels is less than 14 kW/100 km. This ensures that the IONIQ 6 is among the most fuel-efficient vehicles available.
The E-GMP platform allows the IONIQ 6 to charge from a 400V or 800V source. The vehicle can switch between systems without any extra parts or adapters. On a 350 kW charger, charging the IONIQ 6 from 10% to 80% takes only 18 minutes.
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 also includes the cutting-edge V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) technology found in the Hyundai Ioniq 5. This means that a car's battery can power any device that runs on electricity. The vehicle has a standard socket under the rear seat, and an external adapter that fits into a Type2 socket can be provided.
The incredibly long wheelbase made possible by E-GMP platform is a boon to the Hyundai Ioniq 6. The car can be ordered with either 18- or 20-inch wheels and features a whole 2,950 millimeters of space between the front and rear axles. The vehicle dimensions are imposing: 4,855 mm in length, 1,880 mm in width, and 1,495 mm in height. What results is a stunning and fashionable look that will get noticed.
The modern cabin is meticulously designed to feel like a private space, and it's stocked with cutting-edge gadgetry to keep you safe and relaxed on the road. The roomy cabin is a big step forward for electric cars. It was made with the environment and ease of use, and it's what our customers want.
The IONIQ 6's interior feels like a home away from home. Two-tone mood lighting gives you the freedom to express yourself with a palette of 64 colors. In addition, you can select from one of six different premade themes. Using Speed Sync Lighting, you can add more feeling to your drive by adjusting the lighting to match your speed.
The front seats of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 can be lowered to a comfortable reclined position with the optional Relaxation Comfort seating option. All seats in electric vehicles are 30% thinner than standard car seats to maximize available cargo space. The IONIQ 6 has five USB ports (4 USB-C and 1 USB-A).
The Hyundai Ioniq 6's driving experience can be tailored even further with the help of EV Performance Tune-up. Adjusting the system's steering, engine power, acceleration sensitivity, and driving mode is a breeze. As a result, you can quickly and easily come up with a wide range of permutations.
The e-ASD system found in the IONIQ 6 adds an extra layer of excitement and utility through a sound layout whose volume varies depending on the driver's context. Constant communication between designers and engineers allowed for a streamlined and instantly recognizable design to emerge, with the utmost attention paid to detail and customer satisfaction at its heart. We set out to create a haven where users could have their own space with IONIQ 6.
The intelligent touch screen dashboard of the IONIQ 6 combines a 12-inch full-touch infotainment screen and a 12-inch digital instrument panel to give the user a fully digital, fully customizable, and cutting-edge experience.
In addition to giving real-time range information based on the battery level, the online services of the infotainment system can help find and plot the best route, including places to charge along the way.
Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto function flawlessly on display, and multiple Bluetooth connections can be made at once, allowing for the use of two devices for making and receiving calls and playing music. The eight speakers and subwoofer of the Bose sound system have been carefully placed around the car to maximize the quality of the sound. Bluelink Infotainment and map updates are standard on the navigation system.
The Hyundai SmartSense Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in the IONIQ 6 are the next generation of this technology. They make safety and convenience even better than earlier models, which were already very good.
Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you and a predetermined speed with the help of Highway Driving Assist 2 (HDA 2). The system also aids the IONIQ 6 in maintaining its lane position while turning. When the car ahead of you gets too close, HDA 2 can help you correct your course to keep yourself and your passengers safe. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 will also have the ability to make automatic lane changes under certain conditions.
Smart Cruise Control (SCC) assists the driver in maintaining a safe distance from the vehicle in front of them and can adjust to the driver's driving style. With the SCC turned off, the feature can analyze the driver's habits behind the wheel. Once SCC is turned on, the feature stops learning and drives itself, imitating the driving pattern it has learned.
The FCA system is designed to help drivers avoid front-end collisions. The system sounds an alarm if the car in front of you suddenly brakes or detects an obstacle in the road ahead, such as a pedestrian or a stopped car. If a collision is still imminent after the warning, the system can help apply the brakes automatically. If a crash with an oncoming vehicle or a cyclist in front of you is about to happen, the system will step in to stop it.
The high-tech Evasive Steering Assist system is an option for the IONIQ 6, letting the car swerve out of harm's way in various perilous scenarios.
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA) is another semi-autonomous driving feature that adjusts the vehicle's speed based on the posted speed limit. High Beam Assist (HBA) turns the high beam on and off based on how much light is available and how close oncoming vehicles are.
The IONIQ 6 has several functions to keep the driver's attention. Driver Attention Warning (DAW) aims to determine when a driver's break is necessary by monitoring the driver's focus and concentration while behind the wheel. If the system detects that the driver is becoming drowsy or distracted, it will sound an alarm and suggest they take a break. In the event that the vehicle in front of you pulls away while you're stopped like at a traffic light, you'll be alerted.
Multiple systems cooperate to prevent accidents in a wide range of driving conditions. When switching lanes, blind spots can be dangerous, but with Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA), you can rest easy knowing your vehicle has your back covered. If you pull out of a parking spot and are about to hit a car behind you, the system can automatically put on the brakes.
When the turn signal is activated, the Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) will immediately play a video of the area behind the vehicle.
Safe Exit Warning (SEW) is a feature of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 that lets the driver and front passenger know if another car is coming up behind them as they get out of the vehicle.
The car's parking aids make it a breeze to maneuver into a parking spot. The second generation of Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA 2) lets you retrieve your vehicle from a parking spot without actually entering the car. This feature can be used in garages and parking garages.
When parking or exiting the IONIQ 6, the Surround View Monitor (SVM) shows a 360-degree video feed of the area around the vehicle, and the Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist (PCA) helps drivers avoid collisions with nearby pedestrians and other obstacles. The system sounds an alarm if the driver is in danger of colliding with a pedestrian or another object during parking or exiting. Additionally, the system can apply the brakes in the event of an emergency.
The IONIQ 6's Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) works similarly to help drivers avoid collisions with vehicles approaching from the side. The system not only sounds an alarm but also allows you to apply the brakes in an emergency.
OTA (over-the-air) updates for several of the car's control units are available for the first time on the IONIQ 6, Hyundai's first fully autonomous vehicle. This means the electric car can receive updates to its control units for things like electrical components, autonomous driving, the battery pack, and more, all over the air. This will make for a more pleasant and secure time behind the wheel. @via ioniq6.hyundai.
The 2023 Ioniq 6 electric car will go into production in the fall of 2022.
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