All Hyundai Ioniq 6 versions in Australia boast a remarkable 77.4kWh battery pack, providing the most extended driving ranges among all Hyundai and Kia electric cars, thanks to a streamlined 0.21Cd drag coefficient. Hyundai claims the single-motor Ioniq 6 can reach 0-100km/h in 7.4 seconds, while dual-motor variants can achieve it in just 5.1 seconds. The Ioniq 6 RWD goes from 80-120km/h in 4.6 seconds, with AWD models quoting 3.3 seconds.
Hyundai claims an 18-minute recharge time from 10 to 80 % on a 350kW ultra-fast DC charger. The car measures 4855mm long, 1880mm wide, and 1495mm tall, with a 2950mm wheelbase, akin to Hyundai’s Sonata but lower to the road and longer between wheels. The Dynamiq models have a 168kW/350Nm electric motor at the rear axle, while the Dynamiq and Epiq also feature a 74kW/255Nm front motor for electrified all-wheel drive. All Ioniq 6 models require an 11KW or 22KW EV charger or cables to charge at maximum power since they come with a type 2 charging port.