More 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Specs Are Out, Including Big Range Estimate

2023 hyundai ioniq 6 us spec
More 2023 Ioniq 6 Specs Are Out, Including RangeHyundai
  • Hyundai has released more U.S. details about the 2023 Ioniq 6 electric sedan.

  • The automaker claims a range of 340 miles for the U.S. version, although this isn't yet an official EPA estimate.

  • The Ioniq 6 will go on sale in America in spring 2023, and pricing is not yet announced.

Hyundai showed the new 2023 Ioniq 6 at last week's L.A. auto show and announced a few more enticing details about the U.S. version of this electric sedan. The biggest deal is the claimed 340 mile range for the single-motor version, which beats its Ioniq 5 sibling by a considerate amount; that model is rated at up to to 303 miles.

A 77.4-kWh battery pack is standard on the Ioniq 6, and the version with the longest range is the 225-hp single-motor rear-wheel-drive configuration. The optional 320-hp dual-motor all-wheel-drive setup drops the estimated range to 310 miles. The Ioniq 6 rides on the same E-GMP platform as other Hyundai and Kia EV models but its low 0.22 drag coefficient helps its efficiency and thus its estimated range. Hyundai says it is still waiting for full EPA certification, but these estimates are U.S.-specific so the final numbers aren't likely to vary much. We look forward to testing the Ioniq 6 on our 75-mph highway range test to see what it can do in the real world.

We don't yet know trim levels or pricing details on the Ioniq 6, as those should come closer to its U.S. on-sale date in spring 2023. But Hyundai did release the colors options that will be available: for the exterior, the choices include a matte-finish Gravity Gold, Onyx Black Pearl, Serenity White Pearl, Curated Silver metallic, Transmission Blue Pearl, Ultimate Red metallic, and Digital Green Pearl; for the interior, the three options include black, gray, and a two-tone dark green and gray combo.

2023 hyundai ioniq 6 us spec
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