Ioniq 6 draws its inspiration from the concept of Prophecy
The interior uses a lot of recyclable materials
Technical details will be revealed in July
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 has finally been unveiled after many reviews were unveiled in the last few months.
The electronic sedan appears in a number of photos showing outside and inside, but technical details will have to wait until next month before release.
As you might expect, the Ioniq 6 draws significantly from the concept of Prophecy, which is reflected in the overall shape of the car, which has a pronounced curve, specifically towards the rear. This curve is made up of roofs and window lines, both of which bend downward at each end of the sedan.
Ahead, the bumper has a horizontal ventilation opening placed between two vertical components. This socket is represented by a black horizontal line that passes over the front phone number. According to the Ioniq design theme, the headlights include square pixel LEDs that are used for daytime running lights and are more likely to be turn signal.
The side profile has rear door handles and digital mirrors, which are cameras installed instead of standard side mirrors. Pictures from these cameras are displayed on two screens installed at each end of the dashboard.
The rear section is very different from its ducktail counterparts, the upper is under the rear window and the lower if placed above the rear lights. The upper bouts featured two cutaways, for easier access to the higher frets.
As with the front, the rear lights are similar to those of the Ioniq 5 in that they are designed for the full width belt of Pixel LEDs. The rear lights are grouped into two groups of small vertical lights mounted on the bottom of the bumper.
Inside, the Ioniq 6 uses a dashboard similar to that of the Ioniq 5 which has two 12-inch screens connected to a single module. The main difference between the two Hyundai EVs is the presence of auxiliary screens for digital side mirrors.
The interior is characterized by extensive use of existing lighting, which is accompanied by central air vents and door panels. Drivers can choose from 64 different colors for these lights, as well as six two-tone projects.
To reduce its ecological footprint, Ioniq 6 uses a number of sustainable materials, especially internally. This is reflected in the seats, which can be mounted on refined PET fabric or eco-treated leather, and on door panels, which are covered with organic dyes.
Hyundai says it expects full details on the Ioniq 6 in July and will go on sale later in the year for the model year 2023.