Hyundai 2023 IONIQ 6 Leads New Era of Electrification at 2022 AutoMobility L.A
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Hyundai 2023 IONIQ 6 Leads New Era of Electrification at 2022 AutoMobility L.A
The American version of Ioniq 6 EV with driving range target of 340 miles, is coming to the US next year

25(Sun), Dec, 2022

José Muñoz, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor North America, introduces all-new Hyundai 2023 IONIQ 6 and the rolling lap vehicle “N Vision 74” at AutoMobility Los Angeles on Nov. 17. (Photo: Hyundai Motor)

Hyundai Motor Group said the automaker will release the all-electric IONIQ 6 and the upgraded Seltos SUV in the United States next year to boost sales. 

Hyundai Motor Group intends to bolster its future business competitiveness. and better manage global economic uncertainties through the key executive appointments announced on Nov. 30. 

The all-new Hyundai 2023 IONIQ 6, inspired by Hyundai’s Prophecy EV concept, made its North American Debut at AutoMobility Los Angeles on Nov. 17. 

The four-door electrified streamliner with a targeted estimated driving range of 340 miles is equipped with relevant technology and best-in-class ultra-fast charging that can charge the battery from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes. 

IONIQ 6 is the second Hyundai model to ride on Hyundai’s exclusive Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) that allows for dual motors, more interior space, and optimized performance. 

IONIQ 6 is part of Hyundai Motor Company’s plan to introduce 17 BEV models and sell more than 1.8 million BEV units worldwide by 2030. 

IONIQ 6 goes on sale spring 2023, and pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date. “IONIQ 6 is well-positioned to compete in the EV segment for the millions of shoppers who are interested in transitioning to zero emissions transportation,” said José Muñoz, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor North America. 

“IONIQ 6 fits the image, efficiency and sportiness that many owners desire. IONIQ 6 and its interior space, battery options, charging speed and all-wheel drive capability will exceed customer expectations.”

IONIQ Design Characteristics 

At Hyundai, each IONIQ vehicle has different design characteristics. This is based on Hyundai's belief that a vehicle should be an embodiment of lifestyle. 

“We want our cars to always connect with customers on an emotional level,” said Lee Sang-yup, executive vice president and head of Hyundai Design Center. 

“Depending on the owner's lifestyle, the way of using a vehicle will be different, resulting in a different look – much like chess pieces on a board, each one with a distinct look and functionality, but part of the same family. Hyundai designs with diverse lifestyles in mind rather than with a one-style-fits-all approach.” 

Using this approach is why IONIQ 6’s design is different from IONIQ 5’s, but there are still common threads connecting the models: Living Space, Parametric Pixels and Sustainability. 

The Living Space is built on E-GMP’s long wheelbase, not only providing unparalleled passenger and cargo room, but also optimizing driving dynamics. 

The Parametric Pixel is IONIQ’s key differentiator just like the radiator grille was for many brands in the internal combustion engine era. 

Sustainability is seen in the materials (interior and exterior), establishing a unique position as an unrivaled sustainable volume brand.

IONIQ 6 is an electrified streamliner that realizes the idea of “Emotional Efficiency” by simultaneously satisfying the customer’s aesthetic and functional needs. 

The aerodynamically sculpted silhouette with simple yet sensuous curves offers a new typology for the EV mobility era. 

Hyundai Motor Group Announces 2022 Key Executive Appointments

Hyundai Motor Group on Nov. 30 announced key executive appointments for CEO and presidents as the company seeks to respond to rapidly-changing global business environment and continue driving business performance.

The focus of the appointments is to bolster future business capabilities while allowing the Group to better manage global economic uncertainties. The Group also established Global Strategy Office (GSO) to lead future mobility strategy. 

Luc Donckerwolke, executive vice president and chief creative officer (CCO) of Hyundai Motor Group, is promoted to president.

President and CCO Donckerwolke will continue to strengthen each of the Group’s mobility brands - Hyundai Motor, Kia, and Genesis – through design and concept model design. 

Donckerwolke has led the Group’s creative projects such as Genesis House New York, and customer experience for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM).

The Group promoted Hyundai Motor Company Senior Vice President Lee Kyoo-bok to executive vice president and appointed him as the president and chief executive officer of Hyundai Glovis. 

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