Hyundai Ioniq 5 Specifications & Features
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 stuns as a fast-charging SUV with a commendable driving range thanks to a small bit of 1980s eight-bit design combined with some very excellent new-era electric. A 168 horsepower, single-motor, rear-drive Ioniq 5 and a 320 horsepower, AWD, a dual-motor vehicle with an estimated 266-mile range are both available. With 303 miles of range, the large-range, single-motor, RWD variant is one of the most powerful EVs available today for around $60,000. The real hero, though, is its 350-kW DC fast-charging capacity, which enables charging speeds as quick as those provided by much more expensive and opulent EVs, such as the Porsche Taycan and Lucid Air. The Ioniq 5 has a lot of space inside, with more capacity for back passengers than either the Ford Mustang Mach-E or Volkswagen ID.4. The Ioniq 5 is an attractive option for anyone interested in purchasing an electric vehicle for the first time because of its wide variety of pricing and range options.
Hyundai makes minor equipment adjustments to the Ioniq 5, which only made its debut last year, but these changes are sufficient to raise the car’s EPA rating in a few places. The EPA has increased the range estimate for all-wheel-drive versions from 256 miles to 266 miles. Also, their MPGe ratings have slightly increased. All versions now come equipped with a battery heating system and a preconditioning feature as standard. Finally, keep in mind that the Ioniq 5’s maximum towing capacity for SEL and Limited variants is up to 2300 pounds in case you need to tow something. The Ioniq 5’s inside features a tech-savvy environment with a digital dashboard and a significant amount of eco-friendly materials, albeit it isn’t as artistic as the cabin previewed by the Hyundai 45 Concept. One fancy feature is a head-up display with augmented reality that can project navigation instructions onto the windscreen.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 Motor, Battery, Range & Performance
The Ioniq 5 has an all-electric drivetrain with a range of power options. A single electric motor installed at the back of the vehicle and the standard-range battery together provides 168 hp. The rear-drive arrangement produces 225 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque with the longer-range battery, which according to Hyundai will accelerate the Ioniq 5 to 60 mph in 7.4 seconds. With 320 hp and a significant 446 lb-ft of torque, the AWD version is both significantly faster and much more potent. It took 4.5 seconds to accelerate to 60 mph. We simply wish the suspension was a little stiffer and the steering offered greater feedback. The Ioniq 5’s range with the basic 58.0-kWh battery pack is predicted to be 220 miles. With two motors, the larger 77.4 kWh battery is capable of 266 miles of travel and 303 miles with only one motor. Hyundai claims that when connected to a DC fast charger, the larger battery can be recharged from 10 to 80 percent in around 18 minutes. Additionally, they claimed that it could add 68 miles in just five minutes.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 Mileage
|2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Mileage
The Ioniq 5 with the long-range battery and rear-wheel drive has a combined EPA rating of 114 MPGe. Adding all-wheel drive drops that estimate to 101 MPGe. With rear-wheel drive and the standard-range battery, the battery-electric SUV is expected to get 113 MPGe combined.
Dimensions & Space
|2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Dimensions
The Ioniq subbrand, according to Hyundai, promotes connected living, and the Ioniq 5 includes a wide range of cutting-edge connectivity and infotainment capabilities. A 12.0-inch touchscreen and a 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster are located on the same dash panel, however the former serves as the centre of entertainment. This incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as sophisticated voice recognition software. Regrettably, wires are necessary for Apple and Android’s smartphone connection.
|2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Trims
When it comes to the 2023 Ioniq 5, going large will get you home. Because of this, we’d suggest the rear-drive SEL grade, which is priced far around $50,000 and has an EPA-estimated 303 miles of range and 225 horsepower. Artificial leather seats, a hands-free power liftgate, ambient interior lighting, a heated steering wheel, wireless charging, and other features are included as standard.
Specifications, 0-60 MPH, Quarter Mile & Top-Speed
|2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Specifications
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The Ioniq 5 excite us for Hyundai’s electric future with its look-at-me appearance, quick charging, and entertaining driving characteristics. There isn’t much room in the trunk, the turning circle is shockingly large, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are not wireless. Unquestionably unique design, quick fast charging, fun to drive, and excellent riding quality.