You may not have it in mind, but rarely does the same prototype allow the essence of the initial design to be maintained in sketch format and is that Hyundai have known what they wanted to achieve with the new Ioniq 6. Rarely does a 100% electric range allow you to maintain the initial aerodynamics and promote the initial efficiency and functionality. Hyundai describes it as an electrified streamliner, is aerodynamically sculpted and employs sustainable materials in innovative ways to reflect the current values of electric vehicle customers.
With clean, simple and aerodynamic lines it has an exclusive silhouette where the ethical uniqueness design language, maintains energy efficiency and a strong environmental commitment. A great effort has been made to maximize and optimize the interior space, expanding it both in the front and in the rear. This has resulted in a unique aerodynamic silhouette and a spacious interior.
Inside they have enhanced comfort and the option of having a personal space. Hyundai Motor Group’s Global Electric Modular Platform (E-GMP) has enabled designers to lengthen the interior, both front and rear, toonseguir an optimized legroom and a spaciousness that allows passengers to be comfortable inside the vehicle. The two-tone ambient light provides comprehensive illumination inside IONIQ 6.La removal of the front door buttons provides greater spaciousness and more storage space.
A sustainable commitment
In Hyundai they are clear about what they want to achieve from the beginning and that is why they have kept intact their essence of a sustainable company. For this reason, Hyundai designers have used sustainable materials on the exterior of the vehicle, including a paint of recycled pigments from out-of-use tires for the coating and a paint of bamboo charcoal pigments for the bodywork. Among other materials, they have opted for ecological leather on the seats, recycled PET fabric, a type of biological TPO on the dashboard, or a biological paint of vegetable oils on the doors. All this is complemented by the mats of recycled fishing nets.