Hyundai offers an early look at its upcoming all-electric sedan, Ionic 6. it comes Bloomberg Reports show that the company’s market share for electric vehicles is quietly rising Europe And the United Statecausing even Elon Musk from Tesla to pay attention.
If last year was fully electric Ionic 5 The crossover SUV is inspired by the designs of the seventies Top Gear says that 6 Inspired by the streamlined cars of the twenties and thirties such as brave scarab. If you like the look Hyundai’s Prophecy concept car starting in 2020The Ioniq 6 is the car I turned into.
The South Korean automaker is focused on showing off the Ioniq 6’s design rather than its technical specifications at the moment, so there are no confirmed details on battery size or range. But the car uses the same Global Electrical Modular (E-GMP) system as the Ioniq 5, which is rated for up to 315 miles on a single charge. The range should benefit from the Ioniq 6’s simplified design, which results in one of the lowest drawdown transactions on the market at just 0.21.
Internally, the Ioniq 6 has two different touch screens: a 12-inch infotainment screen and a 12-inch digital array. But when it comes to the kinds of controls you’ll need regularly while driving like audio or climate controls, Hyundai has opted for the physical buttons. “The touch screen is great when this car is around [in] Steady condition, but when moving, touch screens can be dangerous,” Hyundai Design Chief Sangyup Lee Tells Ars Technica. “For us, anything related to safety, we use hardware. Anything not related to safety will use a touch interface.”
Other interior features include lights on the steering wheel that appear when the car is charging or listening for voice commands, the ability to illuminate the cabin with a choice of 64 colours, a completely flat floor, and extended interior space for “enhanced legroom.” There is also the option to have camera door mirrors instead of regular side mirrors in markets where they are legal, which Ars Notes do not currently include the United States.
There are no confirmed details about the cost of the Ioniq 6, but Ars Technica Reports say it’s expected to be cheaper than the Ioniq 5, which starts at $46,650. Expected to go into production next month, it will go on sale in the US for the 2023 model year. It will receive its full public launch on July 14, when we’ll hopefully get more accurate details on its release date. For a hint on what might come next, Check out Hyundai Sevena huge concept SUV that the company introduced last year.
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