Hyundai is said to be working on introducing wireless charging capabilities on the Ioniq 7.
According to a media report, Hyundai has already set a date for its Ioniq 7 arrival. Reports suggest that the Hyundai Ioniq 7 will arrive in international markets sometime in 2024. The company will, however, unveil the SUV either by late 2022 or early 2023.
The upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 7 will be the brand’s largest all-electric vehicle and will be offered with a 7-seater configuration. It will be underpinned by Hyundai-Kia’s E-GMP scalable platform. The Ioniq 7 will come with a wheelbase larger than the Ioniq 5, which itself stands at an impressive 3,000 mm. The larger wheelbase should translate to better cabin space, as well as more space in the car’s floor to fit a bigger battery pack. As per reports, the Ioniq 7 could come with a 100 kWh battery with improved energy density, giving the large electric SUV a range of around 400 miles (643 km).
Being a flagship offering, Hyundai is also said to be working on introducing wireless charging capabilities on the Ioniq 7. The 7-seater electric SUV will also come with a 350 kW rapid-charge option, allowing for 100 km range to be added in just 5 minutes.
While there are no details of the Ioniq 7’s design, expect Hyundai to carry forward the same philosophy as on the Ioniq 5. It is expected to get a more luxurious interior.
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