2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Details Of Production Design


Hyundai unveils the Ioniq 6 EV this week. The close-ups look promising.

These teasers reveal a third brake light incorporated into the rear spoiler, similar to the Ioniq 5 crossover. Back reflectors have more squares, and we can see the coupe-like roofline. The Ioniq 6 will have side cameras where legal.

The production-ready front bumper's flat surface improves aerodynamics. Large metals with elaborate spoke designs may be difficult to clean. Pop-out electronic door handles will reduce wind resistance and enhance range in the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6.

The second dedicated EV from Hyundai's Ioniq series will be a "electrified streamliner" featuring single- and dual-motor rear- and all-wheel drive. The most powerful variant will have a 77.4-kWh battery pack and 300 horsepower. 

The Ioniq 6 will debut at the 2022 Busan Auto Show in mid-July, according to rumors.

The Seven Concept previews a fullsize, three-row Ioniq SUV coming in 2023. It will use the same E-GMP platform as the Ioniq 5 and 6, with a Kia variant named EV9.

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