Now Hyundai has revealed how far their new model, the streamliner Ioniq 6, can handle on a single charge.
This summer, the new Hyundai Ioniq 6 was presented , a streamliner that, according to the South Korean car manufacturer, will redefine the limits of electric mobility. The model is based on the same platform (E-GMP) as the sibling model Ioniq 5 , but also the Kia EV6 . Now Hyundai has officially revealed the range of the new electric car.
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has two batteries, one of 53 kWh and one of 77.4 kWh, which either drive the single electric motor on the rear axle, or two electric motors, one on each axle. The E-GMP provides 800V charging and can deliver up to 35.1 miles of range in 15 minutes, or from 10 to 80 percent on the battery in about 18 minutes of charging.
Capable of a range of up to 61.4 miles
If you choose the smaller battery (standard range), which is only available with rear-wheel drive, the car with 18-inch tires can handle a range of up to 42.9 miles according to WLTP. That configuration has an energy efficiency of 13.9 kWh/100 km. It is among the most energy efficient on the market.
The larger battery (long range) with four-wheel drive and 18-inch tires can handle a range of 58.3 miles according to WLTP, and 51.9 miles with 20-inch tires. The energy efficiency is 15.1 and 16.9 kWh/100 km, respectively. If you have the same battery but only rear-wheel drive and 20-inch tires, the Ioniq 6 can handle a range of 54.5 miles according to WLTP. If you settle for the 18-inch tires, the range is 61.4 miles instead. The energy efficiency is 16.0 and 14.3 kWh/100 km, respectively.