Hyundai has revealed the Ioniq 6 series EPA ranges with outstanding numbers. The Ioniq 5 was a huge success and sold out quickly, and the Ioniq 6 seems to have raised the bar with its impressive EPA numbers. The Ioniq 6 model with the longest range can travel 361 miles on a single charge.
Ioniq 6 will offer range of 361 miles according to final EPA report
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 lineup's official EPA ratings defied all expectations. The new electric streamliner, which debuted in June, has a more athletic appearance than the Ioniq 5 SUV. With more advanced capabilities, it retained the 800V E-GMP platform of its predecessor. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has the most recent innovations in the industry, including vehicle-to-load (V2L) charging that is extremely quick.
The EV performed better than expected in the final EPA tests. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 is expected to make a big splash in the US market in 2023. The EPA estimates that the Ioniq 6 SE RWD has a range of 361 miles, while the Ioniq 6 SE AWD has a range of 316 miles.
The EPA estimates that the range of the SEL RWD and SEL AWD with 20-inch wheels is 305 miles and 270 miles, respectively. With 305 and 270 miles, respectively, the Limited RWD and Limited AWD models complete the lineup.
The Ioniq 6 series' improved ranges were made possible by its aerodynamic design. Additionally, they have impressive MPGe ratings, particularly for the most expensive model, the Ioniq 6 SE RWD. Pricing information is currently unavailable for the series, which will launch in the United States this spring.