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Hyundai's Ioniq 7 electric SUV to launch in summer

Jawad  21 Feb 2024   218

Hyundai's Ioniq 7 electric SUV to launch in summer

After much anticipation, Hyundai's groundbreaking electric SUV, the Ioniq 7, is finally on the verge of becoming a reality. This isn't just another addition to the ever-growing electric vehicle market; it's a significant step forward for Hyundai, marking the company's entry into the three-row all-electric SUV segment. With its distinctive design and cutting-edge technology, the Ioniq 7 is poised to redefine family-friendly transportation.

Hyundai's Ioniq line has become known for its unique and unconventional designs, blending retro-chic aesthetics with futuristic elements. The Ioniq 7 continues this tradition, building on the eye-catching features of the "Seven" concept car, such as pixel lighting and a sleek roofline, to create a vehicle that is sure to turn heads. While some of the more extravagant features from the concept may not make it to the final product, the Ioniq 7 is expected to offer a luxurious and futuristic interior.

The official debut of the production-ready Ioniq 7 is set for June 27th at the Busan Motor Show in South Korea. The SUV will be built on the same E-GMP platform as Hyundai's successful Ioniq 5, as well as the Kia EV9, which shares the same platform but has a more angular design.

While specific details about the powertrain are still under wraps, it's expected that the Ioniq 7 will offer a range of battery sizes, from 75 kWh to 100 kWh, and both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive options. Like its sibling, the EV9, the Ioniq 7 is expected to have rapid DC charging capabilities, potentially adding hundreds of miles of range in under 30 minutes.

Hyundai is making a significant investment in electric vehicles, with a new €5 billion manufacturing plant in Georgia set to open later this year. This plant is expected to play a crucial role in the production of the Ioniq 7 from 2025 onwards, increasing the supply of electric SUVs in the US and potentially making them eligible for EV tax credits. Initial production of the Ioniq 7 is scheduled to begin in July at Hyundai's Asan plant in South Korea.

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