Hyundai announces attractive incentive for Ioniq lineup, posing touch challenge to Model 3

Hyundai announces attractive incentive for Ioniq lineup, posing touch challenge to Model 3

Revolutionizing the fast-expanding landscape of electric vehicles (EVs), has Hyundai proudly announced the availability of a substantial $7,500 discount across its entire loniq lineup. The Hyundai Ioniq 6, a cutting-edge electric sedan designed to outshine rivals like the Tesla Model 3, is now being presented with an irresistible incentive that positions it as the most affordable electric sedan in the U.S. market for this year. The electric sedan built by the south Korean automaker stands out as the largest battery-powered sedan under $65,000 in the American market, measuring a substantial 191.1 inches and providing plentiful interior space for passengers. Despite being available in the U.S. market for less than a year, it has quickly gained recognition for its impressive efficiency, boasting an EPA-rated range of up to 361 miles.

To make it the most pocket-friendly electric sedan, the automaker has announced the availability of aforementioned substantial incentive that has reduced the base variant Ioniq 6 SE’s price from $43,565 to $36,065 (including destination charge). In comparison, the Tesla Model 3 Highland starts at $40,630. Even the least expensive older-generation Tesla models cost more than $36,730. Notably, the discounted Polestar 2 starts at $50,300, roughly $14,200 higher than the Ioniq 6.

For those who might be considering leasing, the Korean brand offers competitive deals, starting at $349 per month for 36 months with $4,999 due at the time of signing the lease contract. This aligns with industry standards, which makes it a viable option for prospective EV lessees. The Ioniq 6, with its enticing combination of efficiency, range & affordability, stands out as a compelling choice in the growing EV market.

Boasting remarkable efficiency and a spacious interior, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 has quickly become a standout choice for eco-conscious drivers. It is based on Hyundai Motor Group's Electric-Global Modular Platform (e-GMP), which features an 800-volt architecture, showcasing the company's successful foray into the EV market. Available in three trims (SE, SEL and Limited), the Hyundai Ioniq 6 boasts a 77.4-kWh battery pack and two motor configurations: single and dual motor. The single-motor version offers 225 horsepower, while the dual-motor variant delivers an impressive 320 horsepower. Hyundai estimates that the AWD version can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds. In terms of range, the SE model, equipped with single motor, boasts a range of 361 miles on a single charge.

Thus, for those considering a new electric sedan, the South Korean brand’s sleek and aerodynamic Ioniq 6 sedan presents a compelling choice. However, the alluring incentive is available only until January 31, 2024.

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