Hyundai Ioniq 5

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 (NE)
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Overview
ManufacturerHyundai
ProductionMarch 2021 – present
Model years2022–present (North America)
Assembly
Body and chassis
ClassCompact crossover SUV
Body style5-door SUV
Layout
PlatformHyundai E-GMP
Related
Powertrain
Electric motorPermanent Magnet Synchronous Reluctance Motor
Battery58–77.4 kWh
Electric rangeUp to 480 km (298 mi)
Plug-in charging350 kW at 800V 
Dimensions
Wheelbase3,000 mm (118.1 in)
Length4,635 mm (182.5 in)
Width1,890 mm (74.4 in)
Height1,605 mm (63.2 in)
Curb weight
  • 1,830–1,950 kg (4,034–4,299 lb) (58 kWh)
  • 1,910–2,100 kg (4,211–4,630 lb) (72.6 kWh)
  • 1,905–2,115 kg (4,200–4,662 lb) (77.4 kWh)

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a battery electric compact crossover SUV produced by Hyundai. It is the first product to be marketed under the electric cars-focused Ioniq sub-brand, and the first model developed on the Hyundai Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).[3] It was revealed globally on 23 February 2021.[4]

Overview

Hyundai 45 EV Concept

The design was previewed by the Hyundai 45 EV Concept which was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2019. Both the concept car and the production version are inspired by the original Hyundai Pony,[5] and features the Parametric Pixel design that is applied to the headlights, tail lights, and wheels. The vehicle’s clamshell hood spans the entire width to make a sleek look with the 20-inch aerodynamic wheels.[6]

Developed under the project code NE, it is the first vehicle to be based on the E-GMP platform.[7][8] The dedicated electric vehicle platform enables the vehicle to adopt a fully flat interior floor with a 3-meter long wheelbase. The flat floor allows Hyundai engineers to develop a sliding front central console, which is able to slide backwards by 140 mm (5.5 in). It has a cargo capacity of 531 L (18.8 cu ft) behind the rear seats that can be increased to nearly 1,600 L (56.5 cu ft) with the second row seats folded.[9]

The dashboard is dominated by two 300 mm (12 in) screens, one for the instrument cluster display and the other for the infotainment system under one piece of glass. It is equipped with an optional head-up display with augmented reality support. Many of the interior parts are made from recycled materials, including PET bottles. The roof consists of a single large glass panel without any support beams.[10]

The Ioniq 5 also features a front trunk, which has a 57 L (2.01 cu ft) capacity for the RWD version and all North American versions, while the AWD model (except North America) has a 24 L (0.848 cu ft) capacity, due to the extra mechanical components underneath to support the front electric motor.[11]

It has the ability to charge electrical equipment through the built-in V2L (Vehicle to Load) function. It can supply up to 3.6 kW of power from the port mounted under the rear seats (except Australia) and from another port installed outside. The exterior port is able to supply power even if the vehicle is turned off.

45 EV Concept

The 45 EV Concept debuted at the 2019 International Motor Show Germany in Frankfurt; the "45" describes both the 45th anniversary of the Pony coupe and the 45-degree angles prominent on the sides of the concept.[12] At the time, Hyundai called the design language "sensuous sportiness" and described the front and rear lights as carrying a "kinetic cube" theme.[13]

Robotaxi

The Ioniq 5 Robotaxi was unveiled on 31 August 2021 and displayed at IAA Mobility 2021 on 6 September 2021.[14][15]

Powertrain

The vehicle is available with 58 kWh or 72.6 kWh battery capacity options, while the North American version will only be available with the 58 kWh or 77.4 kWh batteries. Every Ioniq 5 has a top speed of 185 km/h (115 mph).[16]

The battery can recharge 86 km (53 mi) of range in 5 minutes, or from 10 to 80% in 18 minutes, or 375 km (233 mi) in half an hour[17] with its 800 V charging capabilities by using a 350 kW charger. The 800 V inverter is sourced from Vitesco Technologies, a subsidiary of the Continental group.[18] A five minutes charge will add 100 km (62 mi) to its range by WLTP standards.[19]

Specifications[20][21][22][23]
Battery Layout Power Torque 0–100 km/h
(0–62 mph)
(official)
Range (claimed) Top speed
58 kWh RWD 125 kW (170 PS; 168 hp) 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) 8.5 s 220 mi (354 km) (EPA)
384 km (239 mi) (WLTP)
336 km (209 mi) (Korea)
185 km/h (115 mph)
AWD 53 kW (72 PS; 71 hp) (front motor)
120 kW (163 PS; 161 hp) (rear motor)
173 kW (235 PS; 232 hp) (combined)
255 N⋅m (188 lb⋅ft) (front motor)
350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) (rear motor)
605 N⋅m (446 lb⋅ft) (combined)
6.1 s 319 km (198 mi) (Korea)
72.6 kWh RWD 160 kW (218 PS; 215 hp) 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) 7.4 s 451–481 km (280–299 mi) (WLTP)[24]
401–429 km (249–267 mi) (Korea)
AWD 70 kW (95 PS; 94 hp) (front motor)
155 kW (211 PS; 208 hp) (rear motor)
225 kW (306 PS; 302 hp) (combined)
255 N⋅m (188 lb⋅ft) (front motor)
350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) (rear motor)
605 N⋅m (446 lb⋅ft) (combined)
5.2 s 430–460 km (267–286 mi) (WLTP)
370–390 km (230–242 mi) (Korea)
77.4 kWh RWD 168 kW (228 PS; 225 hp) 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) N/A 303 mi (488 km) (EPA)
AWD 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) (front motor)
165 kW (224 PS; 221 hp) (rear motor)
239 kW (325 PS; 321 hp) (combined)
255 N⋅m (188 lb⋅ft) (front motor)
350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) (rear motor)
605 N⋅m (446 lb⋅ft) (combined)
< 5 s 256 mi (412 km) (EPA)

Sales

Calendar Year South Korea United States Global
2021 22,671 153[25] 65,906

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