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  1. Source: https://www.motor1.com/photo/6722889/hyundai-ioniq-6-design-debut-with-plane/ The Hyundai Ioniq 6 finally reveals its uncamouflaged body and interior in detail. For now, the company is only highlighting the upcoming electric sedan's design. Technical info reportedly arrives on July 14. Hyundai's teasers for the Ioniq 6 pitched the vehicle as an "electrified streamliner," and the company wasn't lying. The body has an arched shape that makes it look like the car would glide through the air. The design relationship with the earlier Prophecy concept is clear. At this time, we have no details about the model's drag coefficient to know how aerodynamic it really is. The front end has clean, minimalist styling. The lower fascia includes vertical portions on each side. The hood is smooth, and the raised sections for the headlights lead to the A-pillars. Along the sides, the arching beltline along the doors accentuates the roof's curvature. There's some subtle sculpting along the lower section of the doors. The vehicle in these pictures has rear-facing cameras instead of mirrors. The wheels have a complex, asymmetrical spoke pattern. The Ioniq 6 has a sporty rear end. There's a spoiler at the base of the back window. Below it, there's a subtle ducktail spoiler that incorporates into the tail's sculpting. The full-width taillights have square, pixel-like elements that lend a vaguely retro-futuristic aesthetic to the design. The lower fascia has a pair of vertical elements with red and white reflectors in small, square elements, which matches the other rear lamps. Hyundai also isn't providing any technical details about the interior, but we can learn a lot just by looking at the pictures. Separate screens for the digital instrument cluster and infotainment share a single bezel. On the outer edges, the dashboard arches upward to create space for the displays that show the side camera video feed. A panel below the dash has an array of capacitive buttons for operating the HVAC system. There's a two-spoke steering wheel with capacitive buttons on each side. Four, square lights are in the center of the wheel. It's not clear whether this is purely decorative or serves some function. These photos of the cabin show a strip of purple accent lights on the dashboard and blue illumination coming from the lower door panels. We don't know whether owners can change these colors because the bright shades might not be to everyone's taste. The Ioniq 6 rides on the E-GMP platform that is also underneath the Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6. The sedan will reportedly come with a 77.4-kilowatt-hour battery pack. With two electric motors, expect an output of around 300 horsepower (224 kilowatts). Single-motor and more performance-focused versions are possible, too.
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    Ioniq 5

    exciting stuff, especially range and specs, premiering soon.. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/17/photos-hyundais-new-electric-crossover-ioniq-5s-sliding-console.html https://www.theverge.com/2021/2/16/22285235/ioniq-5-sliding-universal-island-e-gmp https://hyundai.com.sg/globalnews/196?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=AO&fbclid=IwAR0POL_LzewptkiHXMmqIcOVB5pLqoo2ouZWiaeE-g5T1Klz8x_NfCeLI9o
  3. https://fb.watch/9ZBMUnMvwk/ Auto parking as featured on the ioniq 5 Took almost 2 mins to park and Kena honked at by red Altis At this stage the auto parking is at best a gimmick Comments on road.sg page also savage but can people stop for a moment to think how much technology has advanced? give it a few years time and we should be able to see it's real potential
  4. Taxi is coming strong with impressive spec too.
  5. Annyeonghaseyo! MyCarForum hangout is excited that we have arranged a test drive event for the All-New Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid! The most exciting hybrid car this year! Come and join us for a private test drive event on the 28th of April 2017 from 6.30 pm! We have exciting activities and also a whole fleet of Hyundai cars are available, come down and test drive with us! Hyundai IONIQ is the secret recipe for the Koreans to hustle their way into the hybrid scene. This is a sophisticated car, without the science project looks. They introduced the Blue Drive Strategy, a collection of innovative technologies. Some of the unique features includes a standard 5 inch colour touchscreen display audio with hands-free Bluetooth connectivity plus a rear view camera. The Hyundai IONIQ’s attractive and efficient shape was designed to manage airflow with several active and passive aerodynamic features. Its active aero front grille, wheel air curtains, rear spoiler and smooth underbody cover, all combine to deliver a 0.24 coefficient of drag. MyCarForum is inviting all members to join us for this private test drive event with Hyundai! We are currently only opening up to 40 pax. Register here and get exclusivity to the all-new Hyundai IONIQ! Friday 28th April 2017 Hyundai Showroom 253 Alexandra Road S (159936) 06.30 PM – 09.00 PM Registration Fee $10 (1 pax), $15 (2 pax) Last date of registration and payment: 26 April 2017 Stand a chance to get the Hyundai aroma diffusers if you register now! MyCarForum is also giving out grocery voucher for every participant! Highlights of the event: Test Drive Hyundai IONIQ, Veloster, Elantra, i30, Sonata, Tucson, Santa Fe Hear from Julian Kho, Editor from sgCarMart about his experience with the new Hyundai IONIQ. Test Drive E-scooter Speedway 4 & Speedway 4 Mini by Fabulous Scoot Dinner sponsored by Komoco Motors Pte Ltd Attractive Goodies Bag from Komoco Motors Pte Ltd: Cashcard, NTUC voucher, and power bank worth more than $60! Stand a chance to win exciting prizes in the Lucky Draw: A weekend drive with Hyundai IONIQ! Brief Itinerary of the event* 1830 - 1900 Registration (Test Drive Start!) 1900 - 1930 Start of the Event, Opening speech by Emcee. (Food to be served) 1930 - 1945 Welcome speech by Komoco Motors 1945 - 2045 Hyundai and e-scooter speedway Test Drive Editorial Talk (Conducted by Mr. Julian Kho, Editor of sgCarMart) Quiz for Hyundai IONIQ 2045 - 2100 Lucky Draw & Photo taking 2100 Event Ends *All programmes as stated above may be subject to changes. Terms and Conditions - For every paid registrant, we will reimburse your registration fee in the form of grocery voucher with the same value. REGISTRATION HAS BEEN CLOSED MyCarForum is giving out grocery voucher for every sign-up!
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