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Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6

Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari has taken the wraps off its new Le Mans Hypercar set to contend one year from now in the FIA World Perseverance Title (WEC). The crew from Maranello has picked the "499P" name to repeat the terminology it's been utilizing for quite a long time. "499" alludes to the limit in cubic centimeters of every chamber while the "P" addresses model. At the core of the electric machine is a 3.0-liter V6 with a couple of turbochargers. Albeit the six-chamber factory has a similar 120-degree design as the motor utilized by the 296 GTB/GT3. Driving the plan and improvement of the Ferrari Attivita Playful GT sportscar dashing division, Ferdinando Cannizzo said the motor is basically unique and the V6 was picked for being lightweight and minimized. Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 The mid-back ignition motor

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 made its North American presentation at the LA Car expo today. The automaker uncovered the worldwide model in July, featuring a large number of its highlights. The US send off gives explicit insights concerning the model we'll arrive.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 seems to be indistinguishable from the vehicle the automaker appeared recently, yet the North American model has one minuscule contrast. The vehicle's drag coefficient is 0.1 higher in the US in light of the fact that the vehicle's camera side mirrors, accessible in the Korean homegrown market, don't satisfy current NHTSA guidelines and are inaccessible here. The US-bound Ioniq 6 has a 0.22 drag coefficient.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

The Ioniq 6 has accessible two battery sizes - 53.0-and 77.4-kilowatt hours. The standard-range model gets a solitary back mounted electric engine that makes 149 strength (111 kilowatts) and 258 pound-feet (350 Nm) of force. Hyundai offers the bigger battery in single-engine back tire drive, or double engine all-wheel-drive setups. The RWD design makes 225 hp (168 kW) and a similar measure of force as the standard model. The double engine EV puts out 320 hp (239 kW) and 446 lb-ft (605 Nm) of force.

Hyundai gauges that the single-engine model with the bigger battery will accomplish 340 miles of electric driving reach. The double engine vehicle ought to return 310 miles, however these aren't the authority EPA numbers. A 350-kilowatt quick charger permits the Ioniq 6 to re-energize from 10 to 80 percent shortly, yet in the event that proprietors are in a rush, the charger can add around 65 miles of reach in a short time. Re-energizing with a standard Level 2 charger requires a little more than seven hours.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

Inside, the Hyundai E-Worldwide Measured Stage permitted fashioners to give the EV a totally level floor, prompting a sweeping inclination lodge. The automaker even eliminated buttons from the entryway, thinning them down for more traveler space. Two 12.3-inch computerized screens sit on the scramble under a solitary piece of glass, filling in as the measure bunch and infotainment framework.

Over-the-air refreshes are accessible for the Ioniq 6, which will permit Hyundai to refresh and work on different vehicle settings and highlights, like choke reaction and controlling responsiveness. The capacity likewise allows the automaker to address reviews and updates the sight and sound programming. It'll accompany Hyundai's SmartSense progressed driver help frameworks.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Debuts With Estimated 340 Miles Of Range

The Ioniq 6 is the very most recent battery-electric vehicle from Hyundai. The automaker has plans to have 17 BEV models accessible overall by 2030. The Ioniq 6 will join Hyundai's US arrangement the following spring. Purchasers will get two years of limitless 30-minute charging meetings from Zap America. We will not have valuing data until nearer to the vehicle's discounted date.

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