Hyundai have revealed the streamlined design for the highly anticipated IONIQ 6, set to become the second fully electric model in the IONIQ range. Aerodynamically designed using sustainable materials, it sports a low nose, and active front air flaps.
Slim digital side mirrors also form part of the design, as is a rear wing with winglets, and a boat-tail structure. Underneath, the undercarriage is completely covered to enhance the aerodynamics.
The IONIQ 6 takes inspiration from Hyundai’s Prophecy EV Concept, in the form of clean and simple lines, and aerodynamics. Human-centric, the car’s interior space is optimised for its streamliner body, ensuring a spacious cabin.
This design allows a completely flat floor, maximising legroom and giving the cabin an expansive feel. The interior is controlled by a central 12-inch touchscreen infotainment display which is mated to a 12-inch digital cluster, to promote safe and intuitive driving.
Cocoon-shaped inside, the IONIQ 6 is comfortable and spacious, fitted with features to assist in practicality, while still using sustainable materials to promote an eco-friendly experience and lifestyle.
The IONIQ 6 uses dual colour ambient lighting to provide illumination for the interior space. A choice of 64 colours and six dual colour themes help occupants feel relaxed and comfortable. The steering wheel also has 4-dot interactive pixel lights.
Buttons have been removed from the front doors too, in a bid to provide more storage, while transparent accents on the crash pad garnish, door map pocket and lower console cover accentuate the spacious and unique interior.
More than 700 parametric pixels are used in various places such as the headlights, rear light, front lower sensors and centre console indicator to reinforce the IONIQ brand’s mark throughout the vehicle.
This is further enhanced by the high-mounted brake light which displays a unique and eye-catching execution of light when the brakes are applied. Even the trim and paint are eco-friendly.
For example, some variant specific seats use either recycled fabric or eco-process leather, and as a first for the brand, the carpets are created by recycling fishing nets.
The reveal of Hyundai’s IONIQ 6 brings about the next generation of fully electric vehicles for the Korean car maker too. For more information, see your local Hyundai dealer.