Hyundai Ioniq 6, the latest electric car from the Asian car manufacturer, will reach US dealerships in the spring. And now we have the price tags for the all-new four-door coupé.

The new Ioniq 6 starts at $41,600 plus a $1,115 destination charge. Combined, the least-expensive version is $42,715.

The standard versions is called Ioniq 6 SE Standard Range and has rear wheel drive and a 53 kWh battery pack. The electric motor deliver 149 HP and the car can travel up to 240 miles with one charge.

The Ioniq 6 SE Long Range will cost you $46,615 (destination fee included), but it has the 77.4 kWh battery pack and 225 horsepower. The EPA-estimated range is 361 mile with one charge.

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If you want to add a second electric motor, you’ll have to know that the price increases to $50,115, while the range drops to 316 miles.

The top of the range model is called Ioniq 6 Limited AWD and comes with two electric motors (320 HP), the big 77.4 kWh battery, and lots of interior features. For this, the price tag is $57,215 before options.