Hyundai is really killing it with their new sub-brand. The automaker has hit it out of the galaxy here. This new Ioniq 5 model is an EV to remember. It has an attractive concept and already there are pictures! Actual pictures out of the concept as a whole. It unveils a full on version of the car that shows the best that the design brings to the industry.
But what is so iconic about the Hyundai Ioniq 5?
Hyundai believes that the electric car gave some real nice looks at what it looked like. And how it felt new to the industry.
Therefore, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 has simple lines of future punk. Without of course, straying too far off-course from normal.
It gives off a hatchback vibe with customizable settings like rear and all-wheel drive. The cabin is a lounge and the charge gives off almost 300 miles (ca. 483 km) of range. The Ioniq 5 has long been constructed with a drive-by-wire and steer-by-wire sensibility. The Standard Range 2WD configuration is able to start with 58-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack. This is paired up with a 218 horsepower engine. It also has 258 pound-feet of torque.
Here they have 77.4 kilowatt batteries. At least in North America. On a global scale, there’s a bit of a smaller 72.6 kilowatt battery pack. When pairing with a 160 kilowatt rear motor, along with the standard range, it’s likely to cruise for 300 miles of charge upon the European WLTP testing cycle.
The Ioniq 5 is a Hyundai which is able to give Vehicle-to-Load charging. This allows to recharge the car battery with an entire output of 3.6 kilowatts.
This Hyundai battery gives off 70% more output than how the Ford F-150 hybrid gives off a standard 2.1 kilowatt Pro Power Onboard. There may be a specific passenger. It’s a good deal all-around living for the electric future.