2022 Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 is the epitome of high-end technology and an eye-catching style. Hyundai is on the way to manufacture 23 electric vehicles by 2025. It will have 5 new electric compact crossovers with rear and all-wheel drive versions with impressive style and fast-charging capabilities.
Ioniq 5 has the same Hyundai 45 concept with sharp edges, angular lines, 118-inches wheelbase, pixelated taillights, and daytime running lights.
Ioniq 5 is six inches longer than the Tucson that is two inches shorter in height. It has an Electric Global Modular Platform in the upcoming models of Hyundai and Kia. It features a 77.4kwh of battery that generates 290 horsepower and 300 miles. The charging requires lesser time than its competitors such as Porsche Taycan and Audi E-Tron GT.
Ioniq has 800 volts of voltage when connected to the 350kw of the charger. The charging range is faster it can go from 5 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes. Ioniq has either rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive that generates an output of 302 horsepower and 446 pound-feet of torque and it went 0-60 mph in just 7.4 seconds.
Ioniq 5 is fully secured with Hyundai’s Highway Driver Assist 2 and level-2 driver-assist system. The assist system will ease highway driving with minimal driver intervention and it can easily change the lanes by activating and changing the signals.
The interior of the Ioniq 5 has a modernized design, reclined interior, footrest, recycled plastics, wool, and sustainable sources. It has a head-up display with augmented reality with in-built navigation system. It includes a vehicle to load function and charging system that provides 3.6 kilowatts of power.
The Ioniq 5 is the first Electric Vehicle in the line-up and they are soon to be arriving at the dealership in the US in the fall.