2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 price and specs

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 price and specs

Hyundai’s Tesla Model 3 electric car challenger will go on sale online later this month at fixed prices – starting at $74,000 plus road costs.

  • 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 prices and specifications
  • South Korea’s rival Tesla Model 3 goes on sale this month
  • Three model classes, up to 614 km claimed range
  • Starting at $74,000 plus road costs

The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 electric car will go on sale in Australia later this month, priced at $74,000 plus road costs.

The second model in Hyundai’s Ioniq electric vehicle range, the Ioniq 6 is the company’s competitor for the best-selling Tesla Model 3, with a choice of three model classes with up to 239 kW and a claimed range of 614 km.

It’s priced from $74,000 plus road expenses for the entry-level, rear-wheel-drive Dynamiq—and extends to the top-of-the-line, all-wheel-drive Epiq, which starts at $88,000 plus road cost.

Mirroring the related Ioniq 5 electric car, the new Ioniq 6 is expected to be sold online at fixed prices – with customers able to order the vehicle through limited contingents of cars to be published on Hyundai’s website.

While the cars are sold online – bypassing dealerships as a point of sale – customers will receive the car from a network of select Hyundai showrooms and service the car at the dealership.

Hyundai Australia said in July 2022 that it expects stock levels to be similar to those of the Ioniq 5 – of which around 600 have been made available in the past six months. The first batch of Ioniq 6s is scheduled to open for orders on February 22nd.

List prices for the Hyundai Ioniq 6 Series are higher than an estimate of $70,000 to $80,000 given by Hyundai Australia last year – and the starting price is $10,100 more expensive than a base Tesla Model 3.

However, the entry-level Hyundai offers more range, a longer warranty, and similar or higher standard trim levels than the Tesla.

The top-of-the-line Ioniq 6 Epiq — with camera-based “digital” exterior mirrors and a heat pump — costs about $10,000 more than a Tesla Model 3 Long Range, which offers similar features but greater power and range.

All Hyundai Ioniq 6 models in Australia are powered by a 77.4kWh battery pack which allows for the longest ranges of any Hyundai or Kia electric car thanks to a smooth 0.21Cd drag coefficient.

The Dynamiq is powered by a rear-mounted electric motor developing 168 kW / 350 Nm, good for a claimed 0-100 km/h time of 7.4 seconds and a claimed range of 614 km under the European WLTP laboratory test protocol.

Meanwhile, Techniq and Epiq add a 74 kW / 255 Nm front electric motor for all-wheel drive and combined outputs of 239 kW / 605 Nm, which reportedly claimed a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 5.1 seconds and 519 km WLTP- deliver reach.

Hyundai claims a 10 to 80 percent charge time of “just” 18 minutes with a 350kW ultra-fast DC charger.

The car is 4855mm long, 1880mm wide and 1495mm high and has a wheelbase of 2950mm – similar in length and width to Hyundai’s petrol-powered Sonata but with 50mm lower to the road and 110mm longer between the wheels.

Standard equipment for the entry-level Ioniq 6 Dynamiq includes 18-inch alloy wheels, dual 12.3-inch screens, heated power front seats, adaptive LED headlights, a Bose premium stereo, leather seats, a head-up display , and a full suite of advanced security technology.

The Techniq model features dual-motor four-wheel drive, 20-inch alloy wheels (with high-performance tires), front relaxation seats, front seat ventilation, heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, and a sunroof (though a smaller front underhood storage area).

Topping the range is the Epiq, which adds camera-based digital side mirrors, a heat pump (which reuses waste heat from the battery to heat the cabin) and a battery conditioning system (used in cold climates to quickly prime the battery for charging) to the optimize loading speed).

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 comes equipped with the company’s Bluelink suite of connected car features – including an SOS function, remote cab heating, valet mode and calendar integration – and debuts over-the-air updates for Hyundai in Australia.

The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 electric car will go on sale in Australia later this month.

  • Ioniq 6 Dynamiq 2WD – $74,000 ($2000 more than Ioniq 5 Dynamiq)
  • Ioniq 6 Techniq AWD – $83,500 ($4000 more than Ioniq 5 Dynamiq)
  • Ioniq 6 Epiq AWD – $88,000 ($3,000 more than Ioniq 5 Dynamiq)

Note: All prices above are exclusive of road charges.

Standard equipment of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 Dynamiq 2023:

  • Single engine rear wheel drive
  • 18″ alloy wheels with 225/55 Eco tires, tire repair kit
  • Adaptive LED projector headlights with automatic high beam and dusk detection
  • LED taillights
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, satellite navigation, over-the-air updates, multi-connection Bluetooth
  • Bluelink connected car services
  • Bose premium sound system with eight speakers
  • Proximity key with push button start
  • Wireless smartphone charger
  • Dual-zone climate control with rear air vents
  • Cabin ambient lighting
  • Hands-free power tailgate
  • Head-Up Display
  • Leather-covered steering wheel
  • Leather-covered seat upholstery in eco-process
  • 10-way power heated front seats with two-way lumbar support
  • 60:40 split folding rear seats
  • High quality bio-PET carpet (made from recycled materials)
  • Aluminum door sills and pedal covers
  • Electronic parking brake
  • One USB-A, one 12 volt, three USB-C ports
  • Automatically dimming rear view mirror
  • Heated, electrically folding exterior mirrors
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Acoustically laminated windshield and side glass
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Electric door handles
  • Electrical cab heater PTC
  • Vehicle-to-load functionality (inside and outside)
  • 401-litre rear trunk (with underfloor storage) and 45-litre front trunk

Standard Hyundai Ioniq 6 2023 safety features include:

  • Seven airbags (including front center airbag)
  • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian/cyclist detection, intersection support
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop and go, machine learning function
  • Blind Spot Monitoring (which can detect and brake obstacles)
  • Rear cross-traffic alert (detection and braking)
  • Driver alert
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Traffic Sign Recognition
  • Front, side and rear parking sensors (with automatic braking when obstacles are detected)
  • Safe exit aid
  • 360 degree camera with 3D view
  • Automatic parking
  • Remote intelligent parking assistant
  • tire pressure monitoring

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Techniq adds (via Dynamiq):

  • Two-motor all-wheel drive
  • 20-inch alloy wheels with 245/40 Pirelli P Zero sports tires
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated rear seats
  • “Premium Relax” seats in front
  • Full-width glass sunroof
  • 14.5 liter trunk in front (due to front engine)

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Epiq adds (via Techniq):

  • Digital camera based side mirrors
  • heat pump
  • Battery conditioning system (heating)

  • Matte paint – $1000, all models

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Alex Misoyannis

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017 when he launched his own website Redline. He worked for Drive in 2018 before joining CarAdvice in 2019 and becoming a regular journalist on the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role in Alex’s life, from leafing through car magazines at a young age to growing up surrounded by performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

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