Ioniq 6 is Hyundai’s new streamlined EV
Latest Hyundai will offer up to 361-mile range
Hyundai has just announced pricing for the streamlined Ioniq 6. The latest EV starts from $41,600 in standard range trim with the longest range model just $4,000 more.
When the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 hits dealers in the U.S. this spring, there will seven different trim levels available. The basic mode3l is an SE rear-drive standard range. That one makes 149 hp and has an estimated 240-mile EPA driving range.
Next up is the SE rear-drive Long Range with a 225 hp rear motor. Along with the 77.4 kWh battery (instead of the standard range’s 53), it will offer a range of 361 miles and an MSRP of $45,500. An AWD SE Long Range has 320 hp, 316 miles, and will cost $49,000.
SEL models come with the larger battery pack. The SEL rear-drive makes 225 hp and has an estimated 305-mile range with a sticker price starting at $47,700. Blame the 20-inch wheels standard on SEL for the range hit, and the same goes for the AWDF model and its 270-mile range ($51,200).
At the top of the range are the Limited RWD and AWD models. They get the same 225 hp and 320 hp motor setups as the SEL, and the same 305 and 270-mile range estimates. The Limited RWD has an MSRP of $52,600, the AWD $56,100.
Standard Ioniq 6 equipment includes 350 kW ultra-fast charging, a battery pre-heater, and a full range of driver assistance features. Hyundai’s second dedicated EV will arrive at dealers in the spring, and is part of the comapny’s plan for 17 electric models by 2030.