After building the anticipation, Hyundai has finally revealed prices for its electrified streamliner sedan everyone’s been talking about. The Hyundai IONIQ 6 will have a starting MSRP of $41,600, with most trim levels available at US dealerships starting this spring.
Hyundai’s second dedicated electric vehicle, behind the wildly popular IONIQ 5, is about ready to hit showrooms across the US.
The IONIQ 6 shares the same 800V E-GMP platform with similar features – like ultrafast (350 kW) charging, vehicle-to-load (V2L), and more – as the IONIQ 5; but with several enhancements, the sporty and sleek electric sedan has its own distinct look and feel to it.
After the IONIQ 6 was officially unveiled last July, the electric sedan quickly gained the attention of the masses as one of the most aerodynamic and energy-efficient EVs with a drag coefficient of 0.22.
In fact, the IONIQ 6 debut edition with a matte black finish and 20-inch wheels sold out within 24 hours of its release as presales began in key markets, such as Germany, the UK, Norway, France, and the Netherlands.
EPA testing wrapped up last month, blowing away most expectations as the longest-range trim in the lineup: the IONIQ 6 SE Long Range RWD was officially rated at a whopping 361 miles.
The EPA also confirmed the IONIQ 6 SE Long Range RWD combined MPGe to be 140, placing it among the top two models on Fueleconomy.gov’s 2023 top 10 list with the Lucid Air.
After a long wait, Hyundai has finally released prices for the 2023 IONIQ 6 electric sedan ahead of its debut this spring in the US.
2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 prices in the US
Top comment by Trevor Benbrook
I just wish those prices were actually what you could get the car for. Dealership markups make cost comparisons to Teslas lineup kind of meaningless.
Hyundai revealed IONIQ 6 prices for US customers Tuesday, showing that the starting price for the SE RWD standard range (240 miles) trim with a 52 kWh battery pack would have an MSRP of $41,600 ($42,715 including delivery).
Customers can choose from one of two battery pack options (53 kWh or 77.4 kWh) and two motor layouts (rear wheel motor only or both front and rear for all-wheel drive).
Meanwhile, the 361 EPA estimated IONIQ 6 SE Long Range with a 77.4 kWh has an MSRP of $45,500 ($46,615 with delivery).
|Trim Level||Electric Powertrain||Range||MSRP|
|SE RWD Standard Range||149 hp rear motor||240||$41,600|
|SE RWD Long Range||225 hp rear motor||361||$45,500|
|SE AWD Long Range||320 hp dual motor||316||$49,000|
|SEL RWD||225 hp rear motor||305||$47,700|
|SEL AWD||320 hp dual motor||270||$51,200|
|Limited RWD||225 hp rear motor||305||$52,600|
|Limited AWD||320 hp dual motor||270||$56,100|
Hyundai says delivery charges for the 2023 IONIQ 6 will be $1,115. The IONIQ 6 will play a critical role as Hyundai strives to capture 7% of the global EV market.
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