The Hyundai Ioniq 6 Dynamiq is the entry-point to a three-grade model line-up and costs $74,000, before on-road costs.
This dramatic rear-wheel drive four-door sedan boasts one of the lowest-ever drag coefficient numbers for a production car at just 0.21. That’s lower than the super-slippery Tesla Model 3 and Porsche Taycan.
Equipment highlights include dual-zone climate control, twin 12.3-inch screens covering multimedia and instrumentation, sat nav, a head-up display, Bose eight-speaker audio (with digital radio), leather-appointed seats, 10-way power-adjustable and heated front seats, a power (hands-free) boot lid and 18-inch alloy wheels.
The Ioniq 6 is just under 4.9m long and the wheelbase is close to three metres, so no surprise there’s an impressive amount of space inside the car.
A 168kW/350Nm permanent magnet synchronous electric motor on the rear axle is powered by a liquid cooled lithium-ion battery.
Quoted WLTP range for the Dynamiq is 614km, with combined cycle energy consumption sitting at 14.3kWh/100km.
The Ioniq 6 showcases the latest version of Hyundai’s ‘SmartSense’ active safety suite - Everything from front and rear AEB to a bunch of assists, including lane change, blind spot, rear cross-traffic, and heaps more. No surprise it’s scored a maximum five-star ANCAP rating.