Hyundai announces pricing for the IONIQ 6

Hyundai has announced the prices of the upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 6 sports sedan.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 captivated onlookers when it was unveiled in the second half of last year.

Its smooth aerodynamic styling and exciting design language made it an excellent electric car, and with a host of powerful specs, it looked like no one would be able to compete with it.

Hyundai announces pricing

Hyundai has now disclosed the cost of the new electric vehicle in advance of its introduction this summer.

Pricing for the Hyundai IONIQ 6 will start at $41,600 for the single-engine, RWD, standard-range 53-kWh version.

The sedan can go up to $56,100 for the two-engine, AWD, long-range model.

Hyundai notes that all vehicles come with a delivery fee of $1,115.

While Hyundai offers some impressive specs, including an 18-minute charge thanks to the car's 800-volt build, 320 max horsepower, and a maximum range of 361 miles, it's still not clear if its price tag is aggressive enough in the competitive electric vehicle market. growing or not.

Above all, because the new IONIQ 6 wasn't assembled in North America, it doesn't qualify for the federal electric vehicle incentive of $7,500.

However, the price of the IONIQ 6 is cheaper than the average used Tesla price.

Furthermore, looking at the overall market, the IONIQ 6 falls significantly below average EV prices of around $60,000.

Perhaps the most price-competitive Hyundai IONIQ 6 spec is the top of the range, coming in at $45,500 with a single-motor RWD system producing 225 horsepower fed by a 77.4 kWh battery.

Thanks to Hyundai's impressive aerodynamic design, this model can achieve a range of up to 361 miles while retaining a sporty feel.


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