We gave you the driving range figures in our 'Driving Experience' section: they're very class-competitive. And very dependent on the sleek aerodynamics, said to have been influenced by everything from a Spitfire World War 2 fighter plane to the shape that a peregrine falcon takes when it dives after prey. The drag factor's also aided by active air flaps, wheel air curtains, wheel gap reducers, separation traps and wheel deflectors.
Like other Hyundai, Kia and Genesis EVs (but unlike most competitors), this car has an 800V electrical infrastructure, which provides for 350kW ultra-fast charger compatibility and means that this model is future-proofed for the new area of ultra-rapid 'High Power Chargers' that will be springing up on major European routes shortly. As for charging times, well if you find a rare 'High Power Charging' station and can make the most of this car exception 350kW charging speed provided thanks to its advanced 800-volt electric architecture, a 10-80% top-up would take just 18 minutes. But of course, right at present it's far more likely that you'll be using a more conventional 50kW Fast Charging station, which requires 73 minutes to charge this Hyundai from 10-80%. If you use a 7.4kW household wallbox, you're looking at 10 hours 30 minutes.
All IONIQ 6 models come with a 1 year subscription to the IONITY charging network, plus Hyundai's 5 Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty, an 8 Year/100,000 Mile High Voltage Battery Warranty, a 5 Year Annual Health Check, a 3 year MapCare navigation update program, a Roadside Assistance package, and a 12 Year Anti Corrosion Warranty.