2024 Hyundai Ioniq 7 electric SUV drops disguise in latest spy photos

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The largest electric SUV from Hyundai has lost much of its camouflage in its latest sighting in the US, ahead of showroom arrivals later this year.

The upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 7 seven-seat electric SUV has been spotted with less camouflage than ever before, ahead of its Australian arrival by the end of this year.

An image posted to Instagram by @kindelauto confirms the production Ioniq 7 – the Hyundai twin to the Kia EV9 electric SUV – will borrow heavily from the 2021 ‘Seven’ concept.

The light design borrows cues from other new Hyundais – including the Staria people mover and Kona small SUV – with a large strip running across the width of the bonnet. 

The contouring of the camouflage suggests there is likely to be the black plastic cladding around the wheel arches, while retractable door handles, a glass roof, and a pair of roof rails can also be seen.

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Underpinned by the same E-GMP electric-vehicle platform as the Ioniq 5 and 6, the Ioniq 7 is expected to share its 76.1kWh and 99.8kWh batteries with the Kia EV9.

Specifications are yet to be revealed, but Hyundai has previously indicated the Ioniq 7 will have a claimed electric driving range of more than 483km in its most efficient form. 

The 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 7 is expected to be unveiled in the coming months, ahead of Australian arrivals by the end of this year.


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