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Futuristic Ioniq 6 is the first EV sedan by Hyundai

Hyundai Motors has revealed that they will be launching an Electric Vehicle. The EV will be a sedan model. The name will be Ioniq 6. Engadget said, “On Wednesday (Thursday in Korea), Hyundai Motor Group officially unveiled the Ioniq 6, a streamlined sedan that offers an estimated 610km (380 mile) range and an intelligent interior that George Jetson would mistake for magic.”

About the Loniq the sub brand of Hyundai Motors the company said,

“1. Hyundai’s dedicated EV brand IONIQ embodies company’s smart mobility vision

2. Company aims to offer connected lifestyle experience to customers with IONIQ brand models

3. Hyundai will introduce three innovative IONIQ EV models over the next four years, starting early 2021 with IONIQ 5, a midsize EV CUV based on the concept ‘45’

4. IONIQ EV models will be built on the E-GMP platform

5. IONIQ brand embodies Hyundai’s commitment to provide connected lifestyle solutions

6. Hyundai celebrated the brand launch by turning the London Eye into a giant letter ‘Q’ with electric lights”

Thomas Schemera, Hyundai EVP of Product and Strategy, said during a recent press call, “Our engineers have worked hard to deliver a car with human-centric purposeful features to ensure a completely stress-free driving experience with its focus on design sustainability, technology, and usability,”

According to Engadget, “Drivers will be able to tightly customize their preferred driving experience using the Ioniq 6’s EV Performance Tune-up system. Dial in everything from steering effort and motor power, to accelerator pedal sensitivity and driveline mode. You can also group various aspect settings into quick selectable packages — like a loadout in Call of Duty, or Focus Modes in iOS.” They also said, “Drivers will have the option between RWD and AWD (2- and 4-motor) variants. Per Hyundai, the AWD will output 239 kW (320HP) with 605 Nm of torque and hit 60 from a standstill in 5.1 seconds. You’ll have to opt for the small battery RWD model to achieve maximum efficiency and get the sub-14 kWh/100 km WLTP-estimated energy consumption.”

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