At a time like the current one where brands are focusing on presenting their new models in multitudinous presentations and in which they value all the work done in these years, the design and innovation departments do not stop developing new models. In Hyundai they know what they are doing and with the catalog of 2022 almost completely presented, they are already thinking about their new historical moment and that is that the new Ioniq 6 it can be a reality thanks to its innovation and above all, risky design with a futuristic touch that will make users enjoy a dream experience and guaranteeing their safety at all times.
The future of the automotive industry goes through a eco-mobility and a sustainable future, where there are no major environmental problems. Therefore, many brands have worked on their new electric destination. This is the case of Hyundai, which within the Ioniq range have created a unique essence that promises strong emotions.
Now, at the end of June 2022, the Asian firm has gone a step further and has presented the sketch of its new prototype. This is the case of the conceptual design of your long-awaited Ioniq 6 which will join the electric range in the near future. In the sketch we find a unique and aerodynamic silhouette, inspired by the Prophecy prototype, which will be presented as an Electrified Streamliner and stands out for its clean and simple lines, as well as a purely aerodynamic shape.
The typology of the streamliner design seen in the sketch reflects the commitment of Hyundai’s designers to meet both aesthetic and functional needs of customers in the era of electric mobility. IONIQ 6 leverages Hyundai Motor Group’s Global Electric Modular Platform (E-GMP) to deliver a wide wheelbase and optimized interior design.
Hyundai has the maxim of contributing to the construction of a future in harmony with the environment through sustainable mobility products and pollution-free progress. With its Progress for Humanity company philosophy always on the horizon, Hyundai has a clear sustainability roadmap with two key dates: 2035, the year in which all vehicles marketed in Europe will be zero emissions and 2045 when the company will reach carbon neutrality in all markets where it is present. This vision goes through the commitment to have reduced its carbon emissions to 75% below the figures of 2019 by 2040.