All you need to know about the Hyundai Ioniq 5 | Expected to launch in NovemberPosted On: September 29, 2021 By : Shuva Raj Khatri
After the revelation of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 in early 2021, the EV has been creating a buzz around the world, largely on account of its Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) technology, eco-friendly interiors, ultra-fast charging capability, and vehicle-to-load (V2L) feature.
The Ioniq 5 has a unique exterior design characterized by clean and sharp lines. Among the lights, both the headlamps and rear lamps feature parametric-pixel lighting. The premium EV comes with soft, eco-friendly leather upholstery for the seats, steering wheels, and doors. Above the well-designed cabin sits a vision roof that provides a greater sense of openness.
The dashboard has a mounted 12.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system (compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto) featuring satellite navigation, bluetooth connectivity, a DAB radio, and a wireless charge-pad.
The Ioniq 5 is powered by a 58 kWh lithium-ion battery mated to a permanent-magnet synchronous motor that is capable of producing 100kW of power and a torque of 295 Nm. The vehicle provides a range of 311km on a full charge.
The Ioniq 5’s battery charges pretty quickly and offers an increased driving range, and the new E-GMP allows for more interior space and better handling. The EV supports both 400 V and 800 V charging infrastructure.
The battery pack’s position within the wheelbase ensures ideal weight distribution between the front and rear and a low centre of gravity for improved handling performance.
|Battery||58 kWh lithium-ion battery|
|Motor||Permanent-magnet synchronous motor|
|Charging time||10%-80% in 18 minutes via 350 kW DC station charger10%-80% in 43 minutes via 50 kW DC station charger|
|Ground clearance (mm)||150|
|Boot capacity (L)||357 (expandable to 1587)|
The EV boasts convenience a plethora of features–among others, a dual-zone climate AC, interior mood lighting, drive modes (Eco, Normal, and Sport), voice recognition, eCall emergency system, sliding glove box, paddle shifters, electrically adjustable front seats with ventilation and heated function, power-sliding rear seats, head-up display, seven-speaker Bose stereo system, front cup-holders, and luggage hooks.
The Ioniq 5 is stacked with safety features such as seven airbags, surround-view monitor, highway-driving assist, collision-avoidance assist (forward, blind-spot, rear-cross traffic, reverse parking), lane-keeping assist, navigation-based cruise-control with stop-and-go feature, driver-attention warning, ABS with ESC, tyre-pressure monitoring system, hill-start assist, rear-view function, and temporary-mobility control.
The Ioniq 5 can charge from 10 percent to 80 percent in just 18 minutes via a 350 kW charger. According to the WLTP, the vehicle only needs to charge for five minutes to get 100 km of range.
The EV comes with a vehicle-to-load (V2L) feature that can supply up to 3.6 kW of power via its port, which is located under the second-row seats, and via the exterior charging port.