With the Ioniq 6 N, which is purported to be the most potent model in its N series, Hyundai is taking big steps forward. This electric anomaly is anticipated to debut by 2025 and is expected to rewrite the rules for the industry.
The vehicle can reach 60 miles per hour in an astounding 3.2 seconds.
The Ioniq 5 N gave Hyundai a boost in its electrification journey, but the Ioniq 6 N is expected to outperform it. With two motors installed, it should produce an incredible 641 horsepower. Its torque is still unknown, but it’s thought to be more than the Ioniq 5 N’s 545 lb-ft. These numbers point to a car with remarkable acceleration, probably surpassing the Ioniq 5 N’s 3.2-second 60-mile per hour time.
Drawings from the RN22e concept, which debuted last year as a forerunner to Hyundai’s electric N models, are incorporated into the design of the Ioniq 6 N. In addition to matching the Kia EV6 GT in horsepower, the RN22e also tested the E-GMP platform, which is essential for high-performance electric cars.
Hyundai hasn’t given up on gasoline-powered vehicles despite this emphasis on electric vehicles. It is anticipated that the next Elantra N will have an even more powerful gasoline engine. But it’s clear that there is a focus on electric N models due to tighter global emissions regulations.
This action goes beyond simple compliance. Hyundai is dedicated to preserving the excitement of driving in the age of electric vehicles. This dedication is demonstrated by the Ioniq 6 N, which combines high performance and environmental responsibility in one seamless package.