THE Hyundai Ioniq 6 fastback electric vehicle will cost from £46,745 with a four specification range that tops out from £53,745.
The so-called Streamliner variant based on the Ioniq 5 platform has an aerodynamic design that aids performance and gives a range of up to 338 miles.
Available either in rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive configurations and in two trim specifications - Premium and Ultimate - all versions will come with a long range 77kWh battery.
Performance data is a 0 to 62mph acceleration time of 7.4 seconds for the rear-wheel-drive 228ps Ioniq 6 and 5.1 seconds for the 325ps set up in the all-wheel-drive version.
Maximum speeds for both versions are 115mph which is the same as the Ioniq 5.
Recharge times to 80 per cent capacity takes one hour and 13 minutes while a full recharge from a household supply can be done in just under 12 hours.
The Ioniq 6, which measures 4,855m long, 2,144mm wide and 1,495mm high, is competitively pitched against a similar Ioniq 5 which at £46,650 is only a few hundred pounds cheaper.
Boot capacity on the newcomer is 401 litres with a further 45 litres available under the bonnet on rear-wheel-drive versions dropping to 12 litres on the twin motor model with all-wheel-drive.
The Ioniq 6 will be the first Hyundai to feature over-the-air updates for its software and navigation while it also comes with a vehicle to load system which can be used to run external electrical devices.