Hyundai Motor Company has revealed the design of the Ioniq 6, the second model in its Ioniq dedicated all-electric-vehicle lineup brand. Ioniq 6, which Hyundai describes as an “Electrified Streamliner,” is aerodynamically sculpted and makes use of sustainable materials to reflect EV customers’ values, the company says.
Hyundai says the Ioniq 6 has an ultra-low drag coefficient of just 0.21, assisted by its low nose, active air flaps at the front, wheel gap reducers, and optional slim digital side mirrors. Underneath the car, the endeavor to achieve better aerodynamics is evident in the full cover of the undercarriage, optimized deflectors and reduced wheel-arch gap.
The company says Hyundai Motor Group’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) enabled the designers to stretch the interior, front and rear, to create optimized legroom and spaciousness. The platform also allows for a completely flat floor.
The interior architecture is exemplified by an ergonomically designed control unit that is centrally located to reduce distraction and spur safe, intuitive driving, the company says. The modular touchscreen dashboard integrates a 12-in. full-touch infotainment display and 12-in. digital cluster. A bridge-type center console provides convenient and generous in-car storage.