The Hyundai Ioniq 6 will be Hyundai’s next electric car, a battery sedan that will be the production version of the Hyundai Prophecy Concept and whose presentation is just around the corner. The South Korean brand has published some new images on its website, partially anticipating the appearance of this sculptural saloon that we will know in full tomorrow.
In the year 2020 Hyundai presented the Prophecy Concept, an elegant and sporty sedan, wide, short and very aerodynamic with which Hyundai wanted to stand out by striking a blow. The Ioniq brand will have several SUVs and crossovers, but the next model will be a saloon whose final design is already prepared. Of course, for the moment we have only been able to see a small advance.
This is the first time Hyundai has officially released images of the production Ioniq 6. Although it will be less radical than the Prophecy Concept, less muscularthe Hyundai Ioniq 6 that we will see on the streets will maintain an aerodynamic and quite sporty silhouette, with a coupe style roof which has a very marked fall in its rear part.
The images also show us the digital mirrors with cameras instead of conventional mirrors, a technological resource that already equips the Hyundai Ioniq 5 as standard in its Energy equipment level, the top of the range.
Although undoubtedly one of the most striking aspects is the rear LED light strip, apparently integrated into the rear spoilerand with very remarkable dimensions.
Among the details that have allowed us to see, there are also door handles flush with the bodywork and a rear bumper in black plastic almost entirely (at least according to what the images show). This includes vertical taillights and the ‘parametric pixel’ LED design that will be a common feature on all new Ioniq models.
The two-tone game of the rear bumper is also repeated on the front bumper, which has several horizontal black stripes and a discreet air intake on the side.
According to the brand’s website, tomorrow June 28 will be revealed in full this new model of which a few months ago we already knew some details at a technical level.
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 will use the Hyundai-Kia Group’s E-GMP platform, developed specifically for electric vehicles. will ride the 77 kWh battery (apparently there will be no option for the small 58 kWh battery) that will allow a range of at least 482 kilometers. At the level of engines, there will be two various options: the access version will have an engine with 218 hp of power and the most powerful will use two motors, one on each axis to have total traction, with 313 hp of total power.