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Trims, Power Source, and Performance

There are three trim levels in the ‘24 Ioniq 6 lineup: SE, SEL, and Limited. The standard power source is a rear-wheel drive (RWD) motor mated to a single-speed reduction gear transmission with shift-by-wire technology; it produces 225 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque. The SE has a range of 361 miles, while its MPGe ratings have been estimated by the EPA at 153 city/127 highway. The SEL and Limited have a range of 301 miles and EPA-estimated MPGe ratings of 129 city/105 highway.

A powertrain upgrade to a dual-motor setup with HTRAC all-wheel drive (AWD) is available with every trim. It pairs the same single-speed reduction gear transmission with two motors, which generate up to 320 horsepower and 446 lb.-ft. of torque. With this powertrain, the SE provides 316 miles of range, and its individual MPGe ratings are EPA-estimated at 130 city/111 highway. The AWD SEL and Limited will return a range of 270 miles and have estimated MPGe ratings of 111 city/94 highway.

The ‘24 Ioniq 6 will reach 80 percent power in just under seven hours using AC Level II charging on standard 120 V outlets. If you are charging via a 50-kW power source, it will get to that same 80 percent mark in less than 75 minutes. Rapid charging will restore the Ioniq 6 to 80 percent power in approximately 18 minutes via a 350-kW electrical source.

Standard Features

The SE has stain-resistant cloth seating, heated front seats, an 8-way power driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster with EV technology display, dual-zone automatic temperature control, and five USB ports (one front/two center console/two rear). Its exterior features include proximity key entry, LED lighting (automatic projector-type headlights/daytime running lights/taillights), heated side mirrors, aerodynamic wiper blades, a hands-free smart trunk, a charge-port door with power open and close, and 18-inch alloy wheels. It’s also set up for Hyundai’s Vehicle-to-Load technology, which allows the Ioniq 6 to serve as a power source for other electrical devices (it can even be used to charge another EV).

The SEL moves up to 20-inch alloy wheels and upgrades to H-Tex upholstery, while also adding wireless device charging, Hyundai Digital Key Touch 2 (which allows owners to use their compatible smartphone rather than the key fob), 64-color speed-sensing ambient lighting on the door trim, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The Limited distinguishes itself with ventilated and heated front seats, a memory system for the driver’s seat, an 8-way power passenger’s seat, a sunroof, a heated steering wheel, rain-sensing windshield wipers, power-folding heated side mirrors, and premium gloss-black exterior accents.

Advanced Driver Aids

All ‘24 Ioniq 6 sedans have Hyundai SmartSense installed. This important grouping of safety technologies consists of blind-spot collision warning, driver attention warning, high beam assist, highway driving assist, intelligent speed limit assist, lane following assist, lane keeping assist, parking distance warning (forward/reverse), rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist, rear occupant alert, safe exit warning, and smart cruise control with stop & go.

The SEL and Limited also get forward collision-avoidance assist with car/pedestrian/cyclist detection along with enhanced versions of blind-spot collision avoidance assist, highway driving assist II, and smart cruise control (with machine learning). The Limited is fully loaded with a surround view monitor, premium Remote Smart Parking Assist, and parking collision assist.

Infotainment and Connectivity

At the center of every Ioniq 6 sedan’s dash is a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system that houses the AM/FM/HD Radio/SiriusXM audio system (3-month SiriusXM trial subscription included), Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Bluetooth. Hyundai’s host of Bluelink+ packages also come standard, including connected car service, connected care, remote charge access (subscription required), the remote package, and the guidance package. HomeLink is added at the SEL level, while a premium Bose sound system comes onboard the Limited, replacing the standard audio system found on the SE and SEL.


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