The Hyundai Ioniq 6 Limited Long Range is a quintessential electric sedan 


I had an exceptional experience driving the Hyundai Ioniq 6 Limited Long Range, an electric sedan that truly embodies the essence of cutting-edge technology and performance. From the sleek 20-inch wheels to the all-wheel drive system, this vehicle exceeded my expectations and left a lasting impression.

Technologically, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 is a marvel. Its futuristic design and user-friendly driving experience make it stand out. Driving around the Washington DC metropolitan area, from I-495 to local streets, and testing its range on the journey from I-270 to I-70 through Appalachian Hagerstown, I-81 in the Northeast part of West Virginia, and to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on a single charge, truly showcased its long-range capabilities.

Visually, the Ioniq 6 resembles a sports car with coupe-like elements, contributing to its overall aesthetic appeal. Inside, the digital integration is impressive, featuring two 12.3-inch digital clusters that seamlessly provide essential information. The model I drove even had the option for customizable sounds, including a low humming sound that adds a unique touch to the driving experience. Ambient lighting and wireless charging in the limited model, along with a premium Bose sound system, enhanced the overall interior ambiance.

Charging the Ioniq 6 was a hassle-free experience. I found charging stations in Hagerstown and Target, and the car’s capability to handle 350 kilowatts or more ensures rapid charging. While most of my charges were between 50 to 60 kilowatts, the availability of high-demand 350-kilowatt charging stations promises a faster charging experience, bringing electric mobility closer to the experience with internal combustion engines.

During charging breaks, I was able to make the most of my time in Hagerstown, using Wi-Fi to work on my laptop. In Pittsburgh at Target, I could do some shopping, all while ensuring the car was ready to go for the week.

The dual motors deliver impressive horsepower and pound-feet of torque, and although the EPA rates it at 270 miles, I consistently achieved up to 284 miles, and even close to 300 miles on multiple occasions after charging.

With a base price of $56,100 and a delivered price of $57,425, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 offers an incredible blend of performance, range, and technology. For more information, visit