Hyundai has unveiled its new Ioniq 6 EV.

Designed to follow on from the popular Ioniq 5 and fall within the firm’s newly formed Ioniq brand, the Ioniq 6 arrives with a sleek, aerodynamic exterior and an equally innovative interior.

Taking inspiration from the Prophecy EV Concept, the Ioniq 5 has been designed to be as slippery in the air as possible, which is why it has a low nose with active air flaps underneath, while there are wheel gap reducers to make it even more aerodynamically efficient. At the rear you’ll notice the small ‘boat-tail’ spoiler.

Hyundai has also used its Parametric Pixels light technology across the Ioniq 6. Over 700 of these are used through the Ioniq 6, while Hyundai’s newly designed ‘H’ emblem sits at the front and rear of the car.

The Ioniq 6 is underpinned by Hyundai’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) which has been designed with EVs in mind. By using this tailored setup, the Ioniq 6 can offer more interior space without having overly large exterior proportions, while a completely flat floor means that there’s plenty of legroom too. Inside, you’ll find a range of eco-friendly materials used throughout, including recycled PET fabric for the seats and carpets made from recycled fishing nets.

Hyundai has also equipped the Ioniq 6 with a 12-inch touchscreen in the centre of the dashboard, while a second 12-inch screen is positioned ahead of the driver to relay key information.

We don’t know which powertrain setup will be used on the Ioniq 6, but it’s likely to be similar to that found on the Ioniq 5. This would mean a total range of up to 315 miles. Hyundai has stated, however, that the Ioniq 6 will be fully revealed – with more specification details – in July.