2023 hyundai ioniq 6 debuts for us with estimated 340 miles of range

Hyundai Ioniq 6 US Spec

The EV goes on sale next spring.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 made its North American debut at the LA Auto Show today. The automaker revealed the global model in July, highlighting many of its features. The US launch provides specific details about the model we’ll get here.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 looks identical to the car the automaker debuted earlier this year, but the North American model has one tiny difference. The car’s drag coefficient is 0.1 higher in the US because the car’s camera side mirrors, available in the Korean domestic market, do not meet current NHTSA standards and are unavailable here. The US-bound Ioniq 6 has a 0.22 drag coefficient.

The Ioniq 6 has available two battery sizes – 53.0- and 77.4-kilowatt hours. The standard-range model gets a single rear-mounted electric motor that makes 149 horsepower (111 kilowatts) and 258 pound-feet (350 Nm) of torque. Hyundai offers the larger battery in single-motor rear-wheel-drive, or dual-motor all-wheel-drive configurations. The RWD layout makes 225 hp (168 kW) and the same amount of torque as the standard model. The dual-motor EV cranks out 320 hp (239 kW) and 446 lb-ft (605 Nm) of torque.

Check Out More From LA Debuts:

    Hyundai estimates that the single-motor model with the larger battery will achieve 340 miles of electric driving range. The dual-motor car should return 310 miles, but these aren’t the official EPA numbers. A 350-kilowatt fast charger allows the Ioniq 6 to recharge from 10 to 80 percent in 18 minutes, but if owners are in a hurry, the charger can add about 65 miles of range in five minutes. Recharging with a standard Level 2 charger takes just over seven hours.

    Inside, the Hyundai E-Global Modular Platform allowed designers to give the EV a completely flat floor, leading to an expansive-feeling cabin. The automaker even removed buttons from the door, slimming them down for more passenger space. Two 12.3-inch digital screens sit on the dash under a single piece of glass, serving as the gauge cluster and infotainment system.

    2023 hyundai ioniq 6 debuts for us with estimated 340 miles of range
    2023 hyundai ioniq 6 debuts for us with estimated 340 miles of range

    Over-the-air updates are available for the Ioniq 6, which will allow Hyundai to update and improve a variety of vehicle settings and features, such as throttle response and steering sensitivity. The capability also lets the automaker address recalls and updates the multimedia software. It’ll come with Hyundai’s SmartSense advanced driver assistance systems.

    The Ioniq 6 is just the latest battery-electric vehicle from Hyundai. The automaker has plans to have 17 BEV models available worldwide by 2030. The Ioniq 6 will join Hyundai’s US lineup next spring. Buyers will receive two years of unlimited 30-minute charging sessions from Electrify America. We won’t have pricing information until closer to the car’s on-sale date.

    Source: Hyundai

    Keyword: 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts For US With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

    CAR'S NEWS RELATED

    3 Reasons the 2023 Hyundai Kona Is the SUV to Buy According to MotorTrend

    The Hyundai Kona has great performance Does the 2023 Hyundai Kona have safety features? The Kona is the most affordable subcompact SUV The 2023 Hyundai Kona is an impressive subcompact SUV to buy with numerous quality features. The Kona has surpassed many other subcompact SUVs in terms of performance ...

    View more: 3 Reasons the 2023 Hyundai Kona Is the SUV to Buy According to MotorTrend

    Hyundai rural sales cross one lakh-mark in 2022

    AgenciesHyundai Motor India on Friday said its sales in the rural areas crossed one lakh-mark last year. The company said it has deployed its 100th Mobile Service Van (MSV) in Siliguri (West Bengal) to further strengthen its commitment to the rural markets. Hyundai Motor India Chief Operating Officer Tarun Garg ...

    View more: Hyundai rural sales cross one lakh-mark in 2022

    Hyundai Creta Bags Highest-Ever Monthly Sales In January 2023

    Highlights Hyundai India sold 15,037 units of the Creta in January 2023. It's the highest ever monthly sales for the compact SUV. Since the launch of the Creta, the company has sold over 8.3 lakh units of the SUV. Hyundai India’s top-selling compact SUV, the Creta, has achieved its highest-ever ...

    View more: Hyundai Creta Bags Highest-Ever Monthly Sales In January 2023

    Hyundai Ioniq 6 Beats Tesla Model 3 in EPA Range

    Rear-wheel-drive sedan scores a rare win in a segment dominated for years by Tesla.

    View more: Hyundai Ioniq 6 Beats Tesla Model 3 in EPA Range

    Low drag: 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 blows range expectations out of the park

    Image: Hyundai It’s no surprise that Hyundai’s electric vehicle range has been highly sought after in Australia, with the last release in January selling in under 15 minutes.  Hyundai has also been working on its upcoming sleek sedan called the Hyundai Ioniq 6, which has now received good results in ...

    View more: Low drag: 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 blows range expectations out of the park

    2023 Hyundai Creta launched with RDE and E20-compliant engines

    RDE and E20-compliant engines have been added to Hyundai’s Creta midsize SUV, and the company has also made standard safety measures like six airbags across the board. This occurs just before the RDE regulations are put into effect starting in April 2023. Currently, the Hyundai Creta costs between Rs. 10.84 ...

    View more: 2023 Hyundai Creta launched with RDE and E20-compliant engines

    Car sales January 2023: Maruti Suzuki, Kia, Tata Motors, and more

    From India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki to the fastest-growing brand Kia, most Indian automakers have released their sales figures for January 2023. Here are the key highlights of all sales numbers. Maruti Suzuki India’s largest automaker Maruti Suzuki sold a total of 147,348 units in January compared to 128,924 units ...

    View more: Car sales January 2023: Maruti Suzuki, Kia, Tata Motors, and more

    Tata Motor to challenge Hyundai Creta with two new SUVs: Details Tata Motors to challenge Hyundai Creta with two new SUVs: Sierra and Currv

    The fight between the Indian auto giant Tata Motors and the South Korean automaker Hyundai for the second spot on the list of the top-selling car brand in India has always been fierce. In the last few months, Tata has even managed to dethrone Hyundai from the spot a couple ...

    View more: Tata Motor to challenge Hyundai Creta with two new SUVs: Details Tata Motors to challenge Hyundai Creta with two new SUVs: Sierra and Currv

    New Hyundai Venue Launch Price Rs 7.68 L – Up To Rs 50k Hike

    2023 Hyundai Creta Price Hike Up To Rs 45k – 6 Airbags Standard

    Better Than a Tesla? The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 SE Gets up to 361 Miles of EV Range

    Which Car Is Rated the Best for the Money According to U.S. News?

    The Toyota Camry Hybrid Has 1 Major Advantage Over the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

    Hyundai Grandeur Production Model? Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

    Does Hyundai Need to Slash 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Prices to Compete?

    3 Most Fuel-Efficient Trucks of 2023 to Save You at the Pump

    Confirmed: Hyundai IONIQ 6 to Offer up to 581 km of Range

    2023 Hyundai Venue, Creta Get Engine Line-Up Re-Shuffle

    BAIC Beijing X55 vs Haval Jolion vs Hyundai Creta: Which one has the best infotainment system?

    Hyundai Creta and Alcazar get more safety tech as standard Hyundai Creta and Alcazar get more safety tech as standard

    OTHER CAR NEWS

    ; Kênh kiến thức kỹ năng, phát triển bản thân, hướng nghiệp, blog nhân sự