Adding a second motor for AWD capability increases pricing to $57,999.
The Preferred RWD Long Range version offers an estimated 581 km of range.
The Hyundai Motor Group is on fire… And seriously serious about delivering more EVs than any other car company on the Continent. Hyundai’s Ioniq line of EVs is by far one of the most talked-about globally and with models like the Ioniq 6, it’s easy to understand.
Styled, loaded with technology, and power as it is, the Ioniq 6 is extremely desirable and priced from $54,999, it’s practically affordable. The list of standard features is, in a word, complete. Assembled on the group’s Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), it will include 800-volt, 350 kW ultra-fast charging capabilities, battery pre-heater and charging prep, heated front seats and steering wheel, and so much more.
Also, we’ll be driving it next week so check back with us for our complete first drive review.
Pricing for the three versions breaks down as follows:
|TRIM LEVEL||ESTIMATED RANGE||M.S.R.P. ($CAD)|
|Preferred RWD Long Range (18-inch wheels)||581 kilometres||$54,999|
|Preferred AWD Long Range (18-inch wheels)||509 kilometres||$57,999|
|Preferred AWD Long Range w/Ultimate Pkg|
Freight and PDI: $1,925
To note, in Quebec, all versions will be eligible for Provincial incentives. In Canada, only the RWD version will be eligible for Federal incentives.
EPA Says the Hyundai IONIQ 6 can Drive up to 581 Kilometers on a Charge