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Driving the new Hyundai IONIQ 6 EV: Full Review + crash test

Driving the new Hyundai IONIQ 6 EV: Full Review + crash test

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Driving the new Hyundai IONIQ 6 EV: Full Review + crash test

Driving the new Hyundai IONIQ 6 EV – full review + crash test. The eagerly awaited brother of the successful Ioniq 5 is here and Jonny Smith drove the first RHD example on British roads. This is a 340 mile range (400 in city use) safety award winning 4 door electric family saloon that builds upon the dominance of Korean EVs. Enough to tempt you away from your Ioniq 5 or BMW i4?

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The Ioniq 6 starts from £46,000 although this launch edition is £54,000. RWD and AWD versions are available, with 228ps and 325ps respectively. It’s a more efficient, slippery car than the Ioniq 5, but the trade off is less boot space and cabin headroom.

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0:00 Intro
2:00 Driving impressions
3:10 Ioniq 5 DNA
3:25 Suspension & brake info
4:23 DIMENSIONS compared to Ioniq 5
4:58 Exterior design
5:35 Porsche rear
6:24 RANGE Battery and motor specs
7:08 KIA EV6 GT
7:22 N versions coming
7:36 Ride and suspension
9:15 Cabin design
11:00 Camera mirror options
13:48 Heat pump and battery preheat
14:22 PRICES
14:46 Accidental Barnfind!
15:05 Original Ioniq windknife
17:10 Rear cabin
20:03 Engine sounds
21:22 Frontal design
23:21 Steering feel
24:03 Boot space
24:53 Frunk / froot
25:36 Weight
25:48 RIVALS
27:12 Heated rear seats and 3-pin PLUG
28:17 Wheel and tyre sizes

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