Hyundai Ioniq 5: Hyundai’s new electric SUV in the Indian market – Electric Cars

Hyundai Ioniq 5: Hyundai’s new electric SUV in the Indian market

Hyundai Ioniq 5

We have already mentioned how Hyundai is planning to bring more electric cars in India. Now, the first wave of electric cars from the company has been announced in the form of Ioniq 5 electric SUV.

Exterior Design :

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is based on the new E-GMP platform for electric cars, hence no relation with other petrol/diesel cars. It is a big SUV but an interestingly shaped crossover. It gets pixelated headlamps with DRLs. It also gets flush door handles and bigger 20-inch wheels.

The Hyundai Ioniq 57 gets LED headlamps with square DRLs, flush-fitting door handles, pixelated tail lights, spoiler and shark fin antenna.

Features and Safety Features:


The Ioniq is equipped with 5 safety features such as Driver Attention warning system which monitors the driver while driving the car and also pays attention to minor negligence and advises the driver to take rest if needed.
Navigation Based Smart Cruis Control, Intelligent Speed ​​Limit Assist(ISLA), Remote Smart Parking Assist(RSPA), Collision-Avoidance Assist ) as well as Highway Driving Assist 2, the first Hyundai to feature Level 2 safety technology, which monitors speed and distance and assists you when changing lanes, Surround View Monitor (Surround View Monitor) gives you a 360-degree view of the area to make maneuvering in confined spaces easier and safer as well as 7- including driver’s seat center side airbag to reduce head injuries from passenger collisions in the IONIQ 5 There is enhanced safety with airbags.

battery :

The car will be available with two battery pack options – 58 kWh and 72.6 kWh, Hyundai said in a statement. It will be available in select regions in the first half of 2021. Charging port has been provided on both sides of this electric car, so that it can be charged easily. According to the company, with the fast charging system, the car’s battery will be charged so much in just 5 minutes that it can travel 100 kilometers. Apart from this, this battery will be charged up to 80 percent in just 18 minutes.

Range and Performance:

Side profile

The Ioniq 5 will have a maximum driving range of about 298 miles (480 km), which is about 20 percent more than the Kona EV, which previously had the longest range in Hyundai’s electric vehicle lineup. The company will launch it in the market in different trims. Its top speed is 185 kilometers per hour.

Charging :

In normal range 58 battery pack, it takes 18 minutes to charge from 10% to 80% at the station and 43 minutes 30 seconds when charging at the station Can take time and if it is charged with a normal charger at home, then this car takes up to 1 hour 30 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%.

Pricing :

Once launched in India, this electric car will compete with Kia EV6 and Volvo XC40 Recharge. Its price in India can be around 50 lakh rupees.

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