Hyundai Opens Details of Ioniq 6 Specifications, Greater Than Ioniq 5!

Discussing the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is not finished yet. All the advantages to its uniqueness deserve to be rewarded the world's best car. Now Hyundai has a new weapon that is even more powerful. Continuing Ioniq as a manufacturer's EV brand, the Ioniq 6 was born in the form of a streamlined coupe sedan. After the official photos have been distributed, now it's time to spit out all the details and specifications.

The technology behind the streamlined design is revealed. The Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) which Ioniq 5 also uses remains the key. It can accommodate a variety of battery sizes, a choice of rear-wheel drive (RWD) or four-wheel (AWD), a flat cab floor and ideal proportions for an EV.

Attractive Aerodynamic Design

The first element of course comes from the design. The form continues the concept version of the Hyundai Prophecy which has been witnessed by the Indonesian public at GIIAS 2021. It is very different from the Ioniq 5 with a retro hatchback theme. Ioniq 6 is a coupe sedan with smooth body grooves like it was born from the air passage. The Electrified Streamliner design language is designed to split the wind as smoothly as possible.

No doubt the Cod (Coefficient of Drag) number is only 0.21. One of the most aerodynamic cars in the world. Small details are so noticed. For example, embedded door handles, digital mirrors and spoilers like the tail of a ship. Haven't referred to the invisible part of the eye. Under the flat also makes the wind refuse to gather in the area. Everything should flow smoothly until it comes out.

The characteristic of E-GMP is that it has a very long wheelbase. It stretches to 2,950 mm, very abnormal for a sedan. It is 50 mm shorter than the Ioniq 5, but compared to the Sonata medium sedan, it is 107 mm shorter. The overall dimensions of the Ioniq 6 are 4,855 mm in length, 1,880 mm in width and 1,495 in height. The body composition does look strange, but behind it is capable of embedded competent EV technology.

Spacious and Eco-Friendly Cabin

Looking into the interior, many parts remind Ioniq 5. For example the steering wheel with four Morse code dots as a symbol, then two 12-inch monitors lined up for all information, entertainment and settings. Minimalist, not many embedded many buttons. The impression of the concept is still so pronounced. Exactly like the Ioniq 5 too.

The most important part, how to create environmentally friendly materials. The upholstery is made of recycled PET material and the carpet is made of fishing net after being recycled. Even so, comfort is still a priority. Although the seats are designed to be 30 percent thinner than conventional cars, they are guaranteed to be comfortable and able to increase space. Relaxation Comfort mode is also in the front seats. Just press the button and it will automatically change to a relaxed position to relax.

Hyundai designed the Ioniq 6's cabin to be more than just the space of an ordinary vehicle. But it can also be used as a walking office. The important point comes from the center console that can be shifted. Can be used as a laptop mat, there is even a "smart table" for various purposes.

Battery and Power Options Roaming

Thanks to E-GMP as well, can enter different battery sizes. Hyundai offers the Ioniq in two options: 53 kWh and 77.4 kWh. Standard drive to the rear wheels via a single motor. Or if you want a different sensation, you can choose a two-motor which simultaneously drives all four wheels (AWD). The top variant produces a total power of 320 hp (324 PS/239 kW) and a maximum torque of 605 Nm.

The acceleration capability is equivalent to a sports sedan. The AWD variant with a large battery is capable of sprinting from rest to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds. While there is no definite data for the RWD version, it is likely to be in the 7 second range like the Ioniq 5.

Unexpectedly, the distance test results from the WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure) are further than the Ioniq 5. For the 77.4 kWh Long Range version and single motor, it can reach 610 km. Far beyond the Ioniq 5 which is only 507 km. Hyundai dares to claim the most basic configuration will be the most efficient car. Means the small battery version and 18-inch rims, the energy consumption is less than 14 kWh/100 km.

The 400V/800V electrical construction is the same as the Ioniq 5, Kia EV6 and Genesis GV60. The same goes for the 350 kW DC fast charging method, which allows charging the battery from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes.

Vehicle-to-Load technology is clearly available as in the Ioniq 5. You need to charge various devices, just plug them into the socket under the second row of seats. For other electrical power needs, it can be taken from the external charging port. Just need a special adapter and then connect to another contact cable. As exemplified by Hyundai Indonesia, it can be used for high-power household purposes.

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