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News Hyundai Ioniq 7 teased, will be a large electric SUV

Hyundai Ioniq 7 teased, will be a large electric SUV

  • Hyundai teased the future Ioniq 7 on twitter after a press conference at the IAA show in Munich

  • The Ioniq 7 will be built on a stretched version of the E-GMP platform already seen under the Ioniq 5

  • It is expected to launch in 2024

After a press conference in Munich, Hyundai posted a picture on Twitter that shows three vehicles taken from the side with most details blurred out.

This picture is interesting because next to the Ioniq 5 and the already unveiled Ioniq 6 concept is what will become the Ioniq 7.

Hyundai wants to complete its Ioniq lineup in the coming years. After the Ioniq 5 small crossover, the Ioniq 6 will be a compact sedan and the Ionic 7 looks like it will be a large SUV, probably featuring a third row of seats.

The photo also reveals the lighting arrangement in the front which is likely to reach production unchanged. A lightbar runs the width of the vehicle at the edge of the hood and a vertical rectangle sits lower on each side.

Since the Ioniq 7 will be built on the same platform as the Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6, it will be capable of charging speeds of up to 350 kW.

Hyundai has announced the Ionic 7 will have a bigger battery than its current electric offerings, perhaps around the 100-kWh mark, which would give it a longer range than the 480 kilometres (300 miles) offered by the Ioniq 5.

This electric SUV should make its public debut in 2024.

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