The IONIQ 6, which is the second model in the IONIQ brand’s line-up of all-electric automobiles, has had its exterior design made public by Hyundai Motor Company. In July, Hyundai will host the global premiere of the IONIQ 6, at which time the company will disclose all of the product’s characteristics in detail, including the electric streamliner’s powertrain as well as its advanced technology.
Emotional Efficiency is a philosophy of aerodynamic design that is characterized by clean, uncomplicated lines; the IONIQ 6 is an Electrified Streamliner that is based on Hyundai’s Prophecy EV Concept. Its designers argue that it exemplifies this idea.
The Executive Vice President and Head of the Hyundai Design Centre, SangYup Lee, said that the IONIQ 6 links an emotionally compelling combination of utility and beauty. The unique and streamlined design is the product of tight collaboration between engineers and designers, with obsessive attention to detail and customer-centric ideals at the center of the design process. The IONIQ 6 was designed by our team to be a tranquil haven that provides a unique space for each individual.
During the production of the IONIQ 6, particular emphasis was placed on the efficient use of energy and environmentally friendly materials. The Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) of the Hyundai Motor Group was responsible for concurrently developing the inner space and the outward shape of the vehicle. The cabin was extended both in the front and in the back. Additionally, the E-GMP makes it possible to have a floor that is perfectly level.
Because to its low nose, active air flaps at the front, wheel gap reducers, and optional compact digital side mirrors2, the IONIQ 6 has a drag coefficient of 0.21. This is made possible by the combination of these features. Additional elements include a spoiler that is inspired by an elliptical wing and has a winglet, a structure that resembles a tiny boat tail, and separation traps on both sides of the rear bumper. To further assure a low coefficient of drag, the undercarriage has had its deflectors improved, and the distance between the wheel arches has been reduced.
Over 700 Parametric Pixels are included in the IONIQ 6’s headlights, rear combo lamps, front lower sensors, air vent garnishes, and center console indication. These Pixels are RGB LEDs. When the brakes are engaged, the Parametric Pixel High-Mounted Stop Lamp (HMSL) that is mounted on the rear wing lights up. The Hyundai ‘H’ badge has been updated, and it can now be seen on the IONIQ 6.
The control unit of the vehicle has a modular design and is centered on a 12-inch full-touch touchscreen display and a 12-inch digital cluster. Additionally, the vehicle has a bridge-style center console that provides storage space within the vehicle. There are no buttons on the front doors, but the crash pad garnish and door map pocket both have see-through accents. The bottom cover of the console also has see-through decorations. Honda is also launching its brand new 3 Electric vehicles. That will be more competitive in the race of the automobile industry.
Dual Colour Ambient Lighting was used to illuminate the interior space, and it offers a range of 64 hues and six different dual-color themes. The steering wheel has four-point interactive pixel lights that are incorporated into it.
A portion of the cladding is made up of pigment paint recycled from tires that have reached the end of their useful lives, and pigment paint made from bamboo charcoal has been added to the body. The inside is also embellished with environmentally friendly materials and hues. Depending on the trim level, these include recycled fishing net carpet, eco-process leather for the seats, recycled PET fabric for the seats, bio TPO skin for the dashboard, bio PET fabric for the headliner, bio paint derived from vegetable oils for the doors, and bio TPO skin for the dashboard. The recycled fishing net carpet is a first for the IONIQ brand.