The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is an all-electric midsize sedan that is about the size of a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry. It’s unusual among the latest crop of new EVs since it’s a sedan and not an SUV, but the Korean automaker is aiming to electrify all of its segments, and it still sells plenty of Elantras and Sonatas. While it lacks the cargo and passenger space of some crossovers, it gains an advantage for its lower and more aerodynamic shape while also delivering a sportier driving experience.
The Ioniq 6 varies in price from $42,000 to $57,000 and can be had with rear- or all-wheel drive (AWD). A Standard Range battery is only available with the entry-level SE trim but a Long Range battery is included on other models. Range is estimated at 240 miles for the most affordable Ioniq 6, but the Long Range rear-drive model should return 361 miles and can be had for only a few thousand more. Higher trimmed Long Range variants (SEL and Limited) are rated at 305 miles for rear-drive and 270 miles for all-wheel drive, with range reduced thanks to their larger, cooler-looking wheels.