2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 pricing announced for the US – starts at $41,600

Hyundai has officially announced US pricing for the IONIQ 6. The electric sedan is set to debut this spring and will be available in seven different configurations with either a 53 kWh or 77.4 kWh battery pack. No pricing for Canada has been announced.

The base model IONIQ 6 SE Standard Range starts at $41,600, which will get you the 53kWh pack good enough for 240 miles (386km) of EPA-rated range on a single charge. This single motor rear-wheel drive (RWD) variant will be available in limited quantities later this summer.

Next in the lineup is the IONIQ 6 SE Long Range, which still has a single motor and is RWD. It has a much more impressive 361 miles (581km) of range from the 77kWh battery, but that additional range will cost an extra $4,900, with the base price of this variant starting at $45,500.

The dual motor all-wheel drive (AWD) variants start at $49,000, and go all the way up to $56,100 for the Limited AWD edition with 320 horsepower and 270 miles (434km) of range.

Here is the full breakdown of pricing for the 2023 IONIQ 6 in the US. Since it is manufactured at Hyundai’s Asan plant in South Korea, it will not be eligible for the $7,500 US tax credit.

IONIQ 6 Trim Level Electric Powertrain Drivetrain Driving Range MSRP
SE RWD Standard Range (18-inch wheels) 149HP rear motor RWD 240 miles $41,600
SE RWD Long Range (18-inch wheels) 225HP rear motor RWD 361 miles $45,500
SE AWD Long Range (18-inch wheels) 320HP dual motor AWD 316 miles $49,000
SEL RWD (20-inch wheels) 225HP rear motor RWD 305 miles $47,700
SEL AWD (20-inch wheels) 320HP dual motor AWD 270 miles $51,200
Limited RWD (20-inch wheels) 225HP rear motor RWD 305 miles $52,600
Limited AWD (20-inch wheels) 320HP dual motor AWD 270 miles $56,100
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