Presenting the brand new Hyundai Ioniq 6!
It's the follow-up to the excellent Ioniq 5, and Mat's about to discover if the 6 has what it requires to match the popularity of its predecessor!
Beginning with the style, you clearly won't be mistaking either automobile for the other. The Ioniq 6 has a sleek, swooping body style, paired with double spoilers at the back. It comes with a pixelated light style similar to the 5, although it also has a little a weird rear bumper design. The sleek appearances continue around the front, and all-in-all it's pretty clever! It even comes with vents which stay closed when the cars and truck's driving at sluggish speeds.
On the inside the style is quite comparable to the Ioniq 5 – but that's not a bad thing! There are good quality products across the dash, and a big infotainment & digital dial dual screen mounted to the middle of it. A centre console has actually been contributed to the 6, which features a great quantity of storage and a number of physical buttons.
There's just one battery available, a 77kWh pack which is supposedly helpful for 338 miles of variety. There will be two variations of the Ioniq 6 available – a rear-wheel drive edition that produces 228hp, or a four-wheel drive edition that can put down 325hp.
The cost of the Ioniq 6 is pretty similar to the 5, beginning with ₤ 47,000. However is it the noteworthy EV to buy in 2023? Or should you pick something like a Model 3 or EV6 instead? Stick with Mat to see for yourself!
05:29 Rear seats
08:15 Annoying Things
11:08 Good Things
13:37 Variety, Batteries & Power
14:36 Town Driving
18:52 Dual-carriageway Driving
Ioniq 5 vs 6 – Mat's choice!
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