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2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 – Full Colors, Exterior and Interior design features


2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 – Full Colors, Exterior and Interior design features. 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5
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Exterior design 00:45
Exterior colors 02:56
Interior space 05:44
Interior design 06:21
Interior colors 07:06
Driving Space 07:22

Hyundai Motor Company launched the IONIQ 5 midsize CUV

Design explores new experiences only possible with dedicated BEV platform Evokes the daring attitude of Hyundai Pony, the company’s first production car, highlighting 45-year journey of Hyundai design and looking ahead to the future

…Exterior achieves unique proportions on a 3,000-mm wheelbase emphasizing EV specific typology.
…Interior raises bar of comfort and usability with flat floor and Universal Island

Reflects commitment to sustainability by utilizing eco-friendly materials and nature-inspired colors in many touchpoints
Delivers powerful performance and ultra-fast 400 V and 800 V multi-charging

Provides Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) function which can turn the vehicle into a charger on wheels

Batteries and range
You can get the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 with two different battery options. The Standard Range car comes with a 58kWh battery while the Long Range model gets a 72.6kWh battery.

Hyundai hasn’t confirmed how far the Standard Range can drive for between charges, but the Long Range is expected to manage between 290-300 miles on a single charge.

You’ll be able to charge the Hyundai Ioniq 5 using the fastest 350kW public chargers. These will top-up your batteries from 10% to 80% charged in just 18 minutes. In other words, you can plug it in for just five minutes and get an extra 60 miles of range.

You can also use your Hyundai Ioniq 5 as a charger to power a range of accessories, such as a laptop or an electric scooter using a three-pin electrical socket between the back seats. This can supply 3.6kW of power – the equivalent of a small petrol generator.

Motors and performance
Both the Standard-Range and Long-Range versions of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 comes with a rear-mounted electric motor as standard, but you can pay extra for a more powerful model with a second electric motor at the front. Single-motor cars are rear-wheel-drive while dual-motor models come with four-wheel drive.

Single-motor versions with a 58kWh battery produce 170hp, while dual-motor versions come with 235hp. Pick a version with a bigger 72.6kWh battery pack and single-motor cars pump out 218hp and dual-motor cars produce 306hp. That last figure is the same as in the upcoming Skoda Enyaq iV vRS.

In terms of acceleration, entry-level Standard-Range cars with a single motor reach 60mph from rest in 8.5 seconds. It takes the most powerful dual-motor Long-Range cars 5.2 seconds to cover the same 0-60mph sprint.

Price and release date
The new Hyundai Ioniq 5 has gone on sale in high-spec ‘Project 45’ trim. This version costs £45,000, but all 3,000 examples have already been spoken for. You’ll have to wait until mid-2021 to get your hands on a more affordable version of the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It’s likely some entry-level cars will cost less than £35,000, which will qualify them for the Government’s £2,500 plug-in car grant.

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