The IONIQ 5, Hyundai's all-new 100% electric crossover, is coming to Smiths Hyundai, Peterborough later in 2021. The IONIQ 5 sets a new benchmark in electric mobility, featuring innovative exterior design, strong performance, eco-friendly materials, and ultra-fast charging.
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The exterior of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 is characterised by sharp, clean lines and cutting-edge angles. It looks sophisticated from any angle, with a sleek profile and geometric styling accents. The 'Parametric Pixel' lights front and back make sure the IONIQ 5 stands out from the crowd day or night.
Special attention has been paid to aerodynamics to reduce energy consumption. The clamshell bonnet reduces panel gaps and the 20-inch alloy wheels (the largest ever fitted to a Hyundai EV) had been optimised to aid airflow. The flush-fitting door handles extend automatically when required while reducing drag while the car is in motion.
The IONIQ 5's interior is designed to be a home away from home, with a simple yet stylish design that both looks good and is easy to use. Many parts of the interior - including the seats, headlining, door trip, flooring, and armrests - are made of sustainably sourced materials.
Comfort is at the forefront of the interior. The front seats are electrically adjustable to make sure everyone can get comfortable, and the seats and steering wheel are heated for added comfort. The front seats can been reclined to the optimum angle to provide the occupant with a feeling of weightlessness, perfect for when you need to take a break on a long journey.
The EV platform allows for a very long wheelbase, creating a very spacious interior. The interior floor is flat making the car's footwells surprisingly roomy and making it easier to move around inside the car. The moveable centre console creates more flexibility and allows those in the front seats to exit the vehicle via the same side if parked in a tight space. The console also features cupholders, storage, and USB connections for those seated in the back.
It's not only the cabin of the IONIQ 5 that's spacious. The boot offers 531 litres of space with the rear seats in place, which can be expanded to a cavernous 1,600 litres with the 60/40 split rear seats folded flat. There's also up to 57 litres of additional storage space in the car's "frunk" under the bonnet.
The IONIQ 5 is available with two battery capacity options: 58kWh or 72.6kWh - The larger battery options gives the IONIQ 5 a range of up to 298 miles* on a single charge making the IONIQ 5 a true long-range cruiser.
When the times comes to recharge, the IONIQ 5 can take advantage of 800-volt charging for ultra-fast recharging speeds. That means when connected to a 350kW charger, the battery can be recharged from 10-80% in as little as 18 minutes. It also means that over 60 miles of range can be added to the car in only 5 minutes.
The innovative Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) functionality means that the IONIQ 5 can be used to power or charge a range of electrical equipment such as laptops, electric bikes, scooters, or camping equipment. There is a port located under the rear seats that can be used while the vehicle is on, while the the other is found within the exterior charging port and can be used when the vehicle is turned off.
The digital driver's display can be customised to display the information the driver needs. This, combined with an augmented reality head-up display that turns the car's windscreen into a display, reduces distractions and allows the driver to focus on the road ahead.
Bluelink connected car services and app deliver a range of features that allow drivers to control their car via their smartphone or voice. The satellite navigation makes use of Bluelink's cloud computing infrastructure to provide more accurate traffic forecasting and arrival times.
The IONIQ 5 is available with the very latest driver assistance and safety technologies including Highway Driving Assist 2 (HDA2) to make driving safer and more relaxing. HDA2 uses a range of cameras and sensors as well as navigation data to control the distance to the car in front an the vehicle's speed. It assists the driver to stay in the centre of the lane and can help when making lane-change manoeuvres.
The IONIQ 5 is available with a range of powertrain layouts to meet the needs of different types of driver, all of which provide punchy performance. The top of the range option features dual-motors and all wheel drive and, when combined with the 72.6kWh batter, offers a 0-62mph time of just 5.2 seconds. The 58kWh dual-motor version's 0-62mph time is 6.1 seconds.
The single-motor versions of the IONIQ 5 can cover the 0-62 sprint in 7.4 and 8.5 seconds for the 72.6kWh and 58kWh battery packs respectively.
The IONIQ 5 is also capable of towing a trailer up to 1,600kg.
The New Hyundai IONIQ 5 will be coming to Smiths Hyundai, Peterborough later in the year. Click on the link below to receive email updates about the IONIQ 5 in the run up to the car's launch.
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*Range figures quoted are expected figures on the WLTP testing cycle and are subject to homologation.