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Hyundai Ioniq 6, Latest Images and Specification, 2024

The IONIQ 6 has won three categories at the 2023 World Car Awards: World Car of the Year, World Electric Vehicle, and World Car Design of the Year. This achievement follows the IONIQ 5’s triple wins in 2022, making it the second consecutive Hyundai IONIQ model to sweep the World Car Awards. The success of the IONIQ 6 highlights Hyundai’s commitment to innovation, design, and sustainability in the electric vehicle market.

This electric vehicle indeed represents a significant milestone in Hyundai’s lineup with its sleek design, impressive performance, and advanced technology.

The Ioniq 6’s three well-designed electric powertrains, standard and long-range battery options, and both rear-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains available with the long-range battery make it a compelling choice for those seeking a refined and eco-friendly driving experience.

The interior’s innovation and luxury, combined with a futuristic 12.3-inch touchscreen display that integrates navigation, entertainment, and vehicle information, provide an intuitive and connected driving experience.


The Hyundai Smart Sense safety suite offers an excellent advanced driver-assistance system, providing unparalleled levels of protection and peace of mind. This has earned the Ioniq 6 the prestigious 2023 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award.

The vehicle’s construction on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) optimizes electric vehicle performance, efficiency, and design flexibility. The platform’s versatility allows it to be used by a diverse range of electric vehicles, and the Hyundai Ioniq 6 harnesses these to deliver an overall exciting driving experience.

The aerodynamic design of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 is extraordinary, inspired by iconic figures of the past such as the Spitfire, a WWII British Airplane, and the Peregrine Falcon. This electric vehicle is built to slice through the air with incredible efficiency.

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The interior of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 is equipped with an array of creature comforts, tailored to provide a luxurious and comfortable driving experience. The availability of connectivity features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay provides seamless smartphone integration on all trims, while the SE and Limited trims come with the added convenience of wireless device charging.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 offers three powertrain options in its two battery options, providing a versatile selection to suit your driving needs. With the standard range battery pack, only a single-motor rear-wheel drive variant is offered, delivering 149 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. The long-range battery option is offered on the higher trims, giving you the freedom of enhanced performance.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has been recognized with the 2023 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award, a merit of Hyundai’s commitment to safety. The vehicle’s excellent ratings in driver and passenger side front and side tests, as well as headlights, played a crucial role in securing this accolade.


Compared to fellow midsize electric sedans, the likes of Tesla’s Model 3, Polestar 2, and BMW i4, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 starts as the second-cheapest option, behind the Tesla Model 3. Although this buys the base model, which doesn’t include the powerful all-wheel-drive configuration.

This base Ioniq 6 has the lowest power output available of the four, but although it lacks horsepower, making only 149 HP, the instant availability of its 258 pound-feet of torque makes it agile enough for everyday use. Each of these cars has a long-range battery, and in that case, the Hyundai range overcomes the benchmark Tesla Model 3 with 361 miles of range to the Tesla’s 358 miles, thanks in no small part to its incredibly low drag coefficient.


Overall, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 is a remarkable vehicle that symbolizes the future of mobility as it helps Hyundai surge forward with the company’s drive towards a sustainable future.

Source: Hyundai