We propose a novel approach to enhance optoelectronic performance of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) for transparent conducting film applications. The method provides fine and reversible tuning of optoelectrical properties of SWCNT films over a wide range of parameters. Using imidazolium-based ionic liquid with a wide electrochemical window (BMIM-PF6), we achieved the film sheet resistance as low as 53 U/sq at the 90% transmittance, thereby shifting the SWCNT Fermi level up to 1.4 eV. We believe the results to promote collateral research of adjustable tuning of the electronic structure of carbon nanomaterials as promising components for future electronics, electrochromic devices, and ionotronics. (C) 2020 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.