Like the Ioniq 5, the 6 carries over the EV subbrand's telltale pixelated lighting for a car-of-tomorrow vibe, mounting 700 pixels all around the car. But in a twist, Hyundai also applies the so-called parametric pixels to a newly designed H badge on the front and rear of the vehicle.
Inside, Hyundai leverages Hyundai Motor Group's Electric Global Modular Platform to stretch the interior, front and rear of the car for more legroom, cabin space and a flat floor.
A 12-inch full-touch infotainment display and 12-inch digital cluster complement the "electronic gadget" feel. And Ioniq 6 drivers can set the cabin mood to their liking thanks to a wide spectrum of 64 colors and six dual color themes for the interior ambient lighting.
Hyundai rounds out the Ioniq 6's eco-cred with a flurry of "ethical" flourishes meant to impress conscientious customers. They include recycled pigment paint from end-of-life tires and a host of environmentally friendly materials made from things like recycled vegetable oils, fishing nets and polyethylene terephthalate, or PET, plastics.
Said Hyundai: "Ioniq 6 demonstrates ethical and unique design through energy efficiency and sustainable material usage."