REDESIGN 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Compete With the Tesla Model 3 ?
REDESIGN 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Compete With the Tesla Model 3 ? – Hyundai is aiming to compete with the Tesla Model 3 with its upcoming EV sedan model called the Ioniq 6. This four-door will fit into the company’s Ioniq subbrand made up of electric vehicles and will likely share components with the taller and boxier Ioniq 5. This means single- and dual-motor configurations will be offered, with various battery-pack options likely providing up to 300 miles of range. Its styling is inspired by Hyundai’s dramatic Prophecy concept, and the Ioniq 6 looks to be stylish and quick while offering a more luxurious interior and additional tech features compared with Hyundai’s gas-powered Sonata and Elantra sedans.
Hi welcome to auto car reviews hyundai is aiming to compete with the tesla model 3 with its upcoming ev sedan model called the ionic 6. this four-door will fit into the company’s ioniq subround made up of electric vehicles and will likely share components with the taller and boxier ionic 5. this means single and dual motor configurations will be offered with
Various battery pack options likely providing up to 300 miles of range its styling is inspired by hyundai’s dramatic prophecy concept and the ionic 6 looks to be stylish and quick while offering a more luxurious interior and additional tech features compared with hyundai’s gas-powered sonata and elantra sedans what’s new for 2023 the ionic 6 is a new addition to
The lineup it will slot in numerically in between the ionic 5 and the upcoming ionic 7 but is a smaller sedan with a more low slung profile than those taller crossovers we expect the ionic 6 to be slightly more expensive than the ionic 5 which starts at 40 925 it’s likely to offer similar trim levels and powertrain configurations with smaller and larger battery
Packs in either rear or all-wheel drive engine transmission and performance because we think the ionic 6 will share a platform with the ionic 5 its powertrain will likely mirror that model’s offerings that means base models will be powered by a single electric motor powering the rear wheels with the more expensive dual motor versions providing all-wheel drive
Thanks to front and rear electric motors horsepower should range from between 168 horsepower and 320 horsepower range charging and battery life the ionic 6 will need to offer at least 300 miles of driving range to compete with the model 3 and that appears to be well within reach the ionic 5 with its larger battery pack is epa rated to go 303 miles on a charge
And it’s likely that the ionic 6 will receive this same battery due to its more aerodynamic shape it may achieve even better ratings than its sibling once we get our hands on an ionic 6 we’ll run it through our 75 mph real world highway range test interior comfort and cargo hyundai has emphasized lounge-like comfort in its ionic models so far and the six likely
Won’t be an exception while we haven’t seen we expect it to follow a similarly modern and minimalist aesthetic as the ionic 5. as a conventional four-door sedan it’ll be a five-seater with a rear bench seat the cargo area inside the trunk may not rival that of a hatchback or crossover but the rear seats will likely fall to expand the space back there thanks for watching
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REDESIGN 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Compete With the Tesla Model 3 ? By AUTOCAR REVIEWS