Like the Ioniq 5, the Ioniq 6 uses Hyundai Motor Group's modular E-GMP platform.

In the US, it will have a 77.4-kilowatt-hour battery pack and can reach 62 mph in 5.1 seconds.

Hyundai's new Ioniq 6 is one of the most aerodynamic cars of all time, with a drag coefficient of 0.21 and a high level of energy efficiency.

It has a range of more than 380 miles on the European WLTP cycle, which should translate to well over 300 miles on our stricter EPA cycle.

Its 800-volt architecture means it can be charged from 10% to 80% in 18 minutes with a 350-kW charger.

Hyundai will offer a range of active safety features on the Ioniq 6, with the slim black bar in the nose containing most of the sensors and cameras.

The Ioniq 6 is available with a range of active safety features.

It'll have Highway Driving Assist 2, adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist.

Sadly, the digital cameras that replace traditional side mirrors won't be available in the US.