With the Ioniq 7, Hyundai is planning an SUV for the year 2023. Now there is more information about the electric SUV.
On the first teaser picture, the Ioniq 7 was only shown with an angular front including continuous LED strips below the bonnet and LED daytime running lights in an L shape. The slightly contoured bonnet with the large Hyundai logo leads the eye to the towering windshield. In the most recent teaser picture, we recognize the silhouette with a roof gently sloping backwards, horizontal window lines and a short front overhang. The bonnet appears arched. Based on these images, the Korean computer draftsman and Youtuber “NYMAMMOTH” brought the Ioniq 7 to life.
Hyundai Ioniq 7 with sophisticated features
One thing is certain: the model is based on the E-GMP (Electric Global Modular Platform) platform. In addition to purely electric drives, this also allows fuel cell versions and plug-in hybrids. The battery is located in the underbody between the axles. In this way, the engineers create an “intelligent living space” with the platform. This enables the seats to be variably adjusted, connectivity functions to be implemented generously and special equipment such as a drawer glove compartment to be installed. There is also a flat vehicle floor and significantly more space for passengers than in a comparable mid-range SUV. The size of the Ioniq 7 is based on the Sonata and Santa Fe, offers three rows of seats, a large panoramic roof and level 3 autonomous driving. A motorway assistant is also on board. Depending on the market, the E-SUV comes with exterior camera mirrors that show their images on two monitors inside.
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The platform also specifies the charging technology. With an 800-volt battery system, this allows a charging capacity of 150 kW. It should be clear that the SUV will be launched with all-wheel drive, i.e. one electric motor per axle. It is still questionable whether there is still a version with only one driven axle. While the Ioniq 6 comes onto the market with at least 73 kWh batteries, the battery capacity of the larger Ioniq 7 is significantly higher at 100 kWh. Despite the extra weight, the range is around 500 kilometers. The system output should be at least 300 hp.
The most important facts about the Electric Global Platform (E-GMP)
- Sporty model: under 3.5 s for 0 – 100 km / h
- Top-Speed: 260 km/h
- Maximum power: 600 hp
- Range basic model: 500 km (WLTP)
- Charging time: 18 minutes for 80 percent charge; 5 minutes for 100 kilometers
- Charging technology: 800 volts, can also be charged at 400 volt stations without an adapter
- Bidirectional charging: Vehicle-2-Load with 3.5 kW
- Rear-wheel drive, with another engine four-wheel drive
- IDA Integrated Drive Axle
- Five-link rear axle
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For the large Hyundai SUV, there is still no official study that gives an outlook on the production model. Since the market launch is not due until 2023, Hyundai is likely to present a corresponding concept car.
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The Hyundai Ionic 7 is the third model in the new Ioniq family. It is designed as a mid-range SUV and is expected to be launched in 2023. The Koreans will probably show a study that anticipates the design before the market launch.