2024 IONIQ 6 Review: The Ultimate Electric Experience

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2024 IONIQ 6 Review: The inside of the small, four-door sedan 2024 IONIQ 6 Review is as quiet as that of a luxury automobile. The physique is inflexible. Rigidity combined with frequency-sensitive variable shocks, hydraulic suspension bushings, and more axle stiffness reduce impact harshness and provide a smooth ride. This is with low-profile 245/40 Pirelli P Zero tires mounted on 20-inch rims. Together with the lowered center of gravity, this greatly enhances cornering abilities.

Additionally, handling manners may be adjusted to fit different driving styles and road conditions thanks to paddles located on the steering wheel. Drive modes come in three varieties: Eco, Normal, and Sport. Different levels of acceleration are provided by each mode, which in turn puts various demands on battery drain. Normal mode is designed for driving at interstate speeds and around town. The 2024 IONIQ 6 Review becomes drowsy when in eco mode, which reduces zoom in an attempt to maximize range. Sport mode, on the other hand, allows for a five-second lag time from zero to sixty mph by adding zoom to the throttle response.

Another helpful function that converts slowness into electricity by converting the motor into a generator is regenerative braking.

There are various levels here as well. When you take your foot off the accelerator while driving in one-pedal mode, the vehicle will slow down and eventually stop. The greatest option for all-around driving is Level 1 regen, which simulates internal combustion engine vehicles’ compression braking. I pedal allows one-pedal driving, bringing the 2024 IONIQ 6 Review to a complete stop without the need for brakes. It is therefore ideal for heavy stop-and-go traffic. Ultimately, when driving through dense traffic, Level 0 removes regen.

Fast recharge is made possible by Hyundai’s remarkable E-GMP T800-volt electrical architecture platform. For instance, a 2024 IONIQ 6 Review battery can be fully charged in as little as 18 minutes from a low of 10% to 80% using a fast charger capable of providing 250 kW or more. A 50-kW charger can take up to an hour to complete, whereas a smaller 150-kW charger takes 25 minutes.

 when taking a road trip, the navigation system automatically finds charging stations along the way and plans the best route based on battery life. The 77.4-kWh battery pack (big battery option) equipped in Hyundai’s single-motor, rear-drive 2024 IONIQ 6 review RWD Long Range is said to have a certified range of 382 miles, which is more than enough to drive from the corridor to Chicago without having to find a charging station and waste time waiting for the charge.

I operated the luxury rear-wheel drive long-range vehicle. With its 225 horsepower, the automobile reached 60 mph in 7.0 seconds when you put your foot on the floor. The large 77.4-kWh battery will allow for a 350–360 mile range.

Adjacent to the instrument panel, a 12.0-inch touch-sensitive screen manages a variety of infotainment, communications, and vehicle management functions.

Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are supported.  Two devices can pair simultaneously using Bluetooth multi-connection: one for music streaming and the other for phone calls. There are eight speakers in the high-end Bose audio system, together with a subwoofer.

 Lastly, the anti-perforation term lasts for seven years with unlimited mileage, while the basic warranty term lasts for five years or 60,000 miles.

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At a glance

What: 2024 Hyundai IONIQ 6 review Limited

Wheelbase: 191.1 inches

Curb weight AWD: 4616 pounds

Maximum power: 302 horsepower combined

Range: 300 miles

Mileage: 24.7 kWh/100 miles

Smog rating: 10 ZEV

Cost: $54,975 as tested

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