The Korean automaker and Komoco, its neighborhood approved merchant, have as of late uncovered their most recent IONIQ 6 electric cantina and the second-era KONA hybrid. What’s more, the two vehicles hold the retro-cutting edge design language that we previously found in the IONIQ 5, though developed to suit cantina and hybrid body styles separately.
The IONIQ 6 is the main ground-up electric cantina in Hyundai’s arrangement. It is based on a similar E-GMP stage as its SUV-sized IONIQ 5 hatchback. Nearby spec vehicles will accompany a 77.4 kWh battery pack, which supplies the flow to its two electric engines.
Joined, the double engine arrangement gives you 321 bhp and 605 Nm of force, with power being dispersed to every one of the four wheels. It’d advance to 100 km/h from a stop in 5.1 seconds, top out at 185 km/h, and complete 519 kilometers on a solitary charge.
You wouldn’t be fixed for long, in any event, during re-energizes as well, as it is equipped for DC energizing at up to 350 kW. This vehicle is certainly very futureproof, as most current chargers in the locale seem to finish out at around 180 kW right now.
The new IONIQ 6 is somewhat longer than the IONIQ 5, but it has a more limited wheelbase and roofline than its hatchback stablemate.
Additionally disclosed at the occasion was their all-new, most recent-generation Hyundai KONA Mixture. Presently, in its subsequent age, the minimal hybrid positively feels more adult than the vehicle it replaces. Clean surfacing is utilized all through the plan of the vehicle, and the retro-advanced styling implies it seems to be any of its nearest rivals.
It most certainly looks and feels more premium than any of its East Asian partners at this point in the new vehicle pecking order. At sendoff, just the 1.6-liter cross-breed variation would be made accessible for procurement.
This powertrain, which is great for a consolidated 139 bhp and 265 Nm of force, is mated to a six-speed DCT transmission. I hope to see a Class A-accommodating variation made accessible to clients when the vehicle is formally sent off later in the year.
No word on when the KONA Electric will make its nearby presentation, nor do we have any authority particulars right now. Be that as it may, it is sensible to expect the equivalent 64.8 kWh battery pack as found in vehicles implied for worldwide business sectors, and maybe a detuned engine to make the vehicle qualified for Classification A COE.