The first of two Ioniq 6 sedans tested by PerformanceDrive in Australia is the Dynamiq, which is the most basic of specifications available in this part of the world. In addition to being rear-wheel drive, it visually differs from its all-wheel-drive siblings with aero-styled wheels rather than fancy mesh-style wheels.
Priced at 74,000 kangaroo bucks (make that 49,715 bald eagles), the Ioniq 6 Dynamiq is rocking an 800-volt charging system that also supports 400-volt charging without additional components or adapters. Tipping the scales at 1,968 kilograms (4,339 pounds), the plebeian variant offers a driving range of up to 614 kilometers (382 miles) on the WLTP combined testing cycle, which is far more optimistic than the EPA’s equivalent cycle.


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