Hyundai has revealed the design of its next EV with a look at the production version of the IONIQ 6. Described as a "single-curved streamliner," the sleek sedan is built on the company's Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), which is currently used in cars like the IONIQ 5, Kia EV6, and the Genesis GV60. The company has kept a lid on the official specs but what the company has divulged is that it will feature an ultra-low drag coefficient of just .21 due to its low nose, active air flaps, wheel gap reducers, and optional side mirrors, enhancing the aerodynamic performance for optimal range. It also features an interior with customizable lighting and over 700 Parametric Pixels throughout the exterior of the car.
Hyundai reveals new details for the U.S. release of the upcoming IONIQ 5 EV
The new EV will be available in a variety of motor options with up to 300 miles of range.
Hyundai reveals the first production model from its all-electric IONIQ brand
The first car will be a midsize CUV called the IONIQ 5.