Hyundai Ioniq 6 electric sedan unveiled

The 'Sensuous Sportiness' design philosophy used by Hyundai on its prior cars is carried over to the Ioniq 6.

Hyundai believes that the Ioniq 6's more aerodynamically-focused "single-curve" shape, which has a drag coefficient of 0.21, aids to maximize economy.

Flush door handles and cameras in place of conventional wing mirrors are featured on the sides of the EV.

The electric sedan has curved shoulder lines, pixel-style LED taillights, a ducktail rear spoiler, and other features akin to the concept car's rear end.

The Kia EV6 and Ioniq 6 are both supported by the brand's E-GMP skateboard architecture.

Hyundai has not yet provided the EV's full technical specifications, but it is anticipated that it will come standard with the same 800V hardware that supports up to 350kW of fast charging.

Additionally, a variety of batteries with capacities ranging from 58 kWh to 77 kWh are anticipated to be available for the Ioniq 6, with the first offering a predicted range of approximately 482 Km.

The company also provides a single motor with rear-wheel drive and a dual motor with four-wheel drive as its two powertrain options.