Hyundai Ioniq 6 Achieved Amazing WLTP Range And Efficiency Ratings

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Achieved Amazing WLTP Range And Efficiency Ratings

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Hyundai Ioniq 6 Achieved Amazing WLTP Range And Efficiency Ratings



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23 thoughts on “Hyundai Ioniq 6 Achieved Amazing WLTP Range And Efficiency Ratings

  1. This is great numbers. Let’s see what the price will be. This gives people more choice for those that want an efficient sedan. Model 3 will no longer be the only choice in that segment. More choice is always good for the customers.

  2. Can someone explain how the math works on this.
    The article claims the 77.4 kWh RWD version gets 382 miles of range and has an energy consumption of 230Wh/mi.

    But if you do the math 77.4kWh / 230Wh/mi = 336.52 miles of range.

    Likewise if you do 77.4kWh / 382 miles = 202.6 Wh/mi.

    So how can these numbers not match?

  3. So thankful for this car. I drive the OG Ioniq EV and really enjoy the efficiency (4.5 miles/kwh). Kia and Hyundai’s latest designs looked great, but their surprising lack of efficiency was a huge turnoff. The EV6 and Ioniq 5 seem to get around 2.5 miles/kwh from what I’ve seen. The Ioniq 6 the first version I’ve seen in awhile that delivers on all fronts. Bad part is that it’ll probably cost me twice as much as what I paid for my 2018 Ioniq.

    EDIT: Some of you are reporting pretty good efficiency numbers, much better than I saw in early test videos of the Ioniq 5. I’m guessing you’re driving at a relatively low speed so drag isn’t as big of a factor. This video shows the Ioniq 5 getting around 2.7 miles/kWh when driven at 75 mph but noted much better efficiency at lower speeds. I’d say that’s my normal highway speed in the old Ioniq and I’m usually around 4.2 miles/kWh. https://youtu.be/7IIzn1fdA4M

  4. Is the Aptera in a different catagory or are people just purposely ignoring it… I read an article that said this will be the most efficient EV in the market… Most efficient EV thats not from a startup?

  5. Oh I love this. One of the reason I loved my Model 3 so much is that you could drive very fast without much penalty. I would do 150-160 over a long time and it was still around 20-22 kWh/100km

  6. Very interesting to read this. I have put a deposit down on a 2023 Ioniq 6 and also on a 2023 Kia Soul EV (I currently drive a 2016 Kia Soul EV), just waiting for pricing details and a test drive of the Ioniq 6 to decide which to get.

  7. Wh/mile as the unit of measurement annoys me. Using Wh/km is fine if that’s what they use in Europe, but if you’re going to use the imperial system then you might as well make the conversion to what Americans generally use and understand, which is miles/kwh.

  8. What all the EV manufacturers are forgetting is that wind and tyre resistance make a HUGE difference to range – in any car. In electric cars – because of the current technology constraints that is even more so.

    Why everyone is building SUVs escapes me.

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