Hyundai Ioniq 6 Comparison

    A new base model Hyundai Ioniq 6 has slashed the cost of entry to the electric sedan range by $8500, making it eligible for various state EV incentives.

    The revised Ioniq 6 range can be ordered this month, with deliveries commencing in the first quarter of 2024. The range now opens at $65,500 before on-road costs.

    The new base trim, simply called the Ioniq 6, features a 53kWh Standard Range battery, with a claimed 429km of range under the WLTP cycle.

    That’s less than the 614km offered with the carryover 77.4kWh Extended Range battery, which is optional with this base trim.

    The entry-level Ioniq 6 foregoes some of the Dynamiq’s niceties, such as its leather upholstery, projector LED headlights, head-up display and Bose sound system, but still offers the full complement of active safety and driver assist equipment.

    Hyundai has yet to release any images of this new trim for the Australian market.

    The brand has doubled the number of Ioniq 6 variants in Australia, and now offers the Dynamiq and Epiq trims with a choice of single-motor rear-wheel drive or dual-motor all-wheel drive powertrains.

    All Ioniq 6 models now come standard with a heat pump and battery pre-conditioning as standard.

    The heat pump draws on waste heat from other systems to warm the cabin, saving energy and thereby extending range, while the battery conditioning system allows you to pre-heat the battery to ensure optimal DC charging performance.

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