2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6: How Far Can It Go? – 361 Miles EPA Range Revealed!
Hyundai announced that the US Environmental Protection Agency has finalized the distance that their upcoming electric car, the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6, can travel on a single charge. It is reported that the vehicle can go 361 miles.
The IONIQ 6 has the potential to travel up to 361 miles on a single charge, according to the EPA. With its e-GMP dedicated EV platform, it is equipped with a standard ultra-fast charging capability that allows the battery to reach an 80% charge in as few as 18 minutes when using a 350-kW, 800V charger. And the car's aerodynamic design contributes to its impressive 361-mile range, thanks to features such as its active air flaps, a covered underbody, and a rear wing.
Not all Ioniq 6 models have the same range. This particular Ioniq 6 SE, which has a single motor and power of 225 horsepower, and is rear-wheel drive, has been given an impressive estimate of 361 miles when fitted with 18-inch wheels.
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is almost like it can drive itself due to the inclusion of Highway Driving Assist 2. This feature helps to ensure that you stay in the middle of your lane, maintain a safe gap between you and the cars in front, and maintain the correct speed based on GPS and highway information.
It is also equipped with hundreds of LED light pixels that light up both its interior and exterior, adding a stylish effect to its distinctive design. These pixels also serve a practical purpose, as they can signal when the wireless charger is finished or when the car is performing turns or braking.
Hyundai's Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) has been designed with its low height from the ground allowing to enlarge the interior and produce a flat floor and longer wheelbase, making the Ioniq 6 surprisingly spacious. With additional premium features, conveniences and amenities, you'll be prepared for what lies ahead.
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6: What You Need to Know
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