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Drive into the Future with the All-New Hyundai IONIQ 6 - Available to Order Now!

Are you looking for a car that has it all? Look no further than the new Hyundai IONIQ 6!

February 28, 2023·12 min read



The Hyundai IONIQ 6 is a sleek and high-tech electric vehicle and It offers a range of features that make it a strong contender in the EV market.

One of the standout features of the IONIQ 6 is its advanced technology, offering a range of features designed to make your driving experience smoother and more enjoyable.

With its large touchscreen display, voice recognition, and various connectivity options, you'll feel connected wherever you go.

The IONIQ 6 has various driver assistance features, including lane-keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control. Plus, it has a range of airbags and other safety features to protect you in an accident.

While safety is a priority for all new vehicles, the IONIQ 6 does not disappoint when it comes to design, boasting a sleek and stylish interior and exterior. It has a modern and sporty look that will draw attention to you on the road. Plus, the interior is designed with comfort and convenience in mind, with a range of features that make your ride more enjoyable.

If you're looking for a car that offers excellent drivability, then the IONIQ 6 is definitely worth considering. It has a powerful electric motor that delivers quick acceleration and a smooth ride.

Plus, with its availability in various trims and engine options, you can find a model tailored to your specific needs and budget. We think that the Hyundai IONIQ 6 is an excellent purchase for anyone who wants a high-tech and stylish electric vehicle.

The Hyundai IONIQ 6 is NOW available to order in Australia! Get in touch with carconnect today and we'll  put you ahead of the cue!



One of the standout features of this car is its range of trim levels and engines. This means you can choose a model that suits your needs and budget.

Let's start with its trim levels. The Hyundai IONIQ 6 offers 3 trims to car lovers down under: The DYNAMIQ, TECHNIQ, and EPIQ.

First up is the DYNAMIQ, which is rear-wheel drive and can deliver a maximum power of 168kW and maximum torque of 350 Nm. The DYNAMIQ has an impressive all-electric range of 614km, which means you can travel a long way without needing to recharge. It starts from $76,549*, making it a fantastic choice for those looking for an affordable electric car.

The TECHNIQ trim level is an all-wheel drive with a maximum power of 239kW and maximum torque of 605 Nm. It also has a great all-electric range of 519km, which is perfect for those long road trips. The TECHNIQ starts from $89,384*, which is a bit pricier than the DYNAMIQ but still perfect if you need a reliable electric car.

Then, there's the EPIQ, an all-wheel drive with the same maximum power and torque as the TECHNIQ. It also has the same all-electric range of 519km, starting from $94,572*, a bit more expensive than the TECHNIQ. However, if you're looking for a top-of-the-line electric car, the EPIQ might be a perfect choice.

Range overview

The Hyundai IONIQ 6 boasts an impressive electric range of up to 544km. This is all thanks to its cutting-edge electric drive system and ultra-low drag coefficient of just 0.21.

The range varies depending on your version, with the rear-wheel drive delivering 228 PS (168 kW) of power and a range of 544 km. In comparison, the all-wheel drive version with 325 PS (239kW) of power has a range of 509km.

The dual-motor AWD setup can accelerate from 0 to 97 km/hr in about 5 seconds. And provides nearly double the torque of the IONIQ 5's instant power.

The energy efficiency of the IONIQ 6 is impressive. It has a 53-kWh standard battery and RWD motor option consuming only 13.9 kWh/100 km (WLTP combined) with 18-inch tires.

This makes the IONIQ 6 one of the most efficient vehicles in the market. Its E-GMP architecture supports 400-V and 800-V charging infrastructures, with 800-V charging as standard, and can accommodate 400-V charging without additional components or adapters.

Using a 350-kW charger, the IONIQ 6 can charge from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes. And it can achieve a range of 351 km within a 15-minute charge.

The IONIQ 6 also offers Vehicle-to-Load technology (V2L), allowing you to power your devices on the go. It permits you to charge your electric bikes, scooters, or camping equipment on the move or at your favorite outdoor location.


Features and Tech

Let's start with the latest tech in the car's exterior and interior. Hyundai drew inspiration from their Prophecy Concept EV, which debuted in March 2020, to design the streamlined IONIQ 6.

The car embodies the concepts of Sensuous Sportiness and Optimistic Futurism, focusing on creating an emotional connection between humans and automobiles. The Streamliner typology of the IONIQ 6 is characterized by clean lines and an aesthetic and aerodynamic design defined as Emotional Efficiency.

To increase energy efficiency and driving range, the IONIQ 6 has a single-curved aerodynamic profile and carefully crafted contours. The car boasts Hyundai's lowest drag coefficient of 0.21.

The Hyundai IONIQ 6 has a long wheelbase of 2,950 mm and uses the E-GMP platform to create the roomiest first-row legroom of all Hyundai vehicles. The car's interior design is centered around the user, with a Digital Side completing a new user-centric architecture.

The dashboard integrates mirrors, and the center console is of the bridge type, while dual-color selectable mood lighting is available for both the first and second rows. Speed-synchronized lighting modifies the interior lighting based on the car's speed.

The car features buttonless slim doors, an interactive LED steering wheel, and front-row relaxation seats.

The car also has a flat floor and a modular, integrated EV controller with a glossy black screen. This brings all driving information together in one place, reducing the need for buttons. The car's interior includes a 12.3-inch full-touch Audio Video Navigation system and a 12.3-inch digital cluster.

The interior transparency accents include the Crash Pad Garnish, Door Map Packet, and Console Lower Cover. The car is available in two interior trims. Hyundai designers have used several sustainable materials, such as eco-friendly process leather, recycled PET fabric for cloth seats, and bio TPO skin for the dashboard.

The eco-friendly leather uses a dyeing process with flaxseed oil to reduce Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD).



One of the standout features of the Hyundai IONIQ 6 is its styling.

It has a sleek, futuristic design that's both eye-catching and aerodynamic. The front of the car features Hyundai's signature cascading grille and sharp, angular headlights that give it a sporty, distinctive look. It also has a low, wide stance, giving it a sporty, commanding presence on the road.

Cabin/boot space

Regarding cabin and boot space, the Hyundai IONIQ 6 is quite roomy for a midsize sedan.

The car has plenty of headroom and legroom for the driver and passengers, and the seats are comfortable and supportive. The boot is also generously sized, providing plenty of space for luggage or groceries.

Plus, the car has a variety of storage compartments throughout the cabin, making it easy to keep your belongings organized and within reach.

The IONIQ 6 offers a spacious cargo area of 401 liters. Additionally, the RWD model has a 'frunk' (a front trunk). It provides up to 45 liters of storage space, while the AWD model offers 14.5 liters of frunk space.


The Hyundai IONIQ 6 comes equipped with a state-of-the-art infotainment system.

The system features a large touchscreen display that's easy to navigate and responsive to your touch. It includes various useful features like Bluetooth connectivity, satellite radio, and navigation.

Plus, the system is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to integrate your smartphone with the car's technology seamlessly. The IONIQ 6 also has a suite of driver assistance features that include adaptive cruise control and a 360-degree camera, making driving safer and more enjoyable.


The Hyundai IONIQ 6 was only just Launched in Australia in February 2023. It has a 5-star ANCAP safety rating and boasts some incredible safety features including:

  • Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) - Hyundai is known for equipping its cars with ADAS features like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking. The Ioniq 6 has all these features to help prevent accidents.

  • Blind-spot monitoring - This feature alerts drivers when there is a car in their blind spot. It can help prevent collisions during lane changes.

  • Airbags - Hyundai IONIQ 6 comes with seven airbags. The dual frontal, side chest-protecting, and side head-protecting airbags are standard. The center airbag protects front seat occupants in side impact crashes.

  • Seat belt reminders -  Fitted to all seating positions, with occupancy detection available for the front passenger and rear outboard seating positions. A driver drowsiness monitor system is fitted as standard.

  • Speed assistance system - The speed assistance system (SAS) identifies the local speed limit and allows the driver to set the speed accordingly.

  • Lane support systems -  An autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system capable of functioning at highway speeds. It has a lane support system (LSS) with lane keep assist (LKA) and emergency lane keeping (ELK) functionality, and blind spot monitoring (BSM). The AEB Junction Assist safety feature can autonomously brake to avoid crashes when turning across the path of an oncoming vehicle.



  • Sleek and modern design.

  • Impressive range of over 483km

  • Used sustainable materials.

  • Fast-charging capabilities.

  • Advanced features.


  • Pricey for certain customers.

  • Limited availability and selling out fast.

  • Not enough charging infrastructure is available in certain areas to support long trips.


Wrapping Up

If you're looking for a car that ticks all the boxes, the Hyundai IONIQ 6 is worth checking out. This beauty boasts a sleek and efficient design, responsive handling, and advanced safety features for an exciting and safe ride.

Not to mention, its spacious interior makes it a top choice for families or those who need extra cargo space. With three electrified powertrain options, the IONIQ 6 car truly has something for everyone.

Don't waste any time as they are selling out fast! Contact carconnect today to get the best price on your very own Hyundai IONIQ 6 and drive yourself into a sustainable future!


*RRP is representative of base models and may very based on final vehicle specifications, whilst carconnect makes every effort to keep these prices up to date these prices are subject to change based on manufacturer discretion. RRP may not be inclusive of on-roads, government charges, taxes or levies.
Whilst carconnect expects to be able to source these prices or better for our customers, actual prices will depend on use, final vehicle specifications, payment option, location and availability.

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