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2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 priced from $42,715

One of the most anticipated EVs set to arrive onto the market finally has a price tag. The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 will start from $42,715 including $1,115 in delivery. That gets the SE RWD standard range model with 18-inch wheels, powered by an electric motor that provides 149 horsepower and a 53-kWh battery pack that returns 240 miles of range. Opting for the larger 77.4-kWh battery pack to get 361 miles of range will cost $46,615 including delivery and that will also get you 225 hp of performance in the form of the SE RWD long range model. The third SE trim is an AWD long range model, providing 320 hp and a 316-mile driving range for $50,115.

The mid-range trim for the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 will be the SEL model, available with RWD or AWD. The SEL trim comes with 20-inch wheels with 225 hp for the RWD and 320 hp for the AWD motor, just like the SE trim. With the larger 20-inch wheels, range suffers to 305 miles for the RWD model and 270 miles for the AWD version. Pricing starts from $48,815 for the SEL RWD and $52,315 for the SEL AWD.

At the top of the range are the Limited RWD and Limited AWD models. Both come with 20-inch wheels, with the same performance and range as the SEL models. It’s unclear what options the Limited trim adds, but once the configurator is online for the Ioniq 6 it’ll be more obvious. Pricing for the Limited RWD starts from $53,715 while the Limited AWD costs $3,500 more at $57,215.

The Korean automaker confirmed that most trim levels will be available at dealerships starting this spring, but the entry-level model won’t be available until summer.

Like the existing E-GMP vehicles — the Kia EV6, Hyundai Ioniq 5, and Genesis GV60 — the Ioniq 6 has ultra-fast 800-volt/350-kW charging. Other standard features on the sedan include battery pre-heater, blind-spot collision warning with rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist, lane keeping assist, lane following assist, highway drive assist, smart cruise control with stop & go, power flush door handles, 12.3″ LCD cluster display, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility (wired), and over-the-air update capability.

Written by Jason Siu

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