Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric SUV
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric SUV was announced in December 2022 and made its debut at the Auto Expo 2023 on January 11, 2023. There is only single rear-wheel drive and a long-range variation of the electric SUV available. Hyundai has brought the manufacturing of the electric car in the country and locally building this unit to enable the automaker to charge a reasonable price for it. The electric SUV is now available for order bookings.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is available at a starting price of Rs 44.95 lakh and is currently only offered in one long distance rear wheel drive configuration.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is the company’s first vehicle to utilize the E-GMP BEV platform (Electric Global Modular Platform).
The Ioniq 5 has a 72 kW battery pack in India, which powers a 217 PS rear-wheel drive engine. Additionally, the Ioniq 5 features quick charging capabilities. The Ioniq 5 offers vehicle-to-load functionality, which essentially enables you to use the battery charge from your car to power some appliances, as well as support for quick charging.
It has a great configuration and has an ARAI claimed drive range of 631 kms
The interior of the electric SUV features a consistent environmental theme. Its features include a sliding center console, an integrated dual 12.3-inch infotainment and driver’s display, an augmented reality head-up display, and a panoramic sunroof. Other significant features are High Beam Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Highway Driving Assist 2, and Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist.
The new parametric pixelated LED headlights, flush-fitting door handles, wide wheel arches, and 20-inch alloy wheels are some of the exterior design features. Additionally, it has an Active Air Flap (AAF) that when closed, enhances aerodynamics and when opened, cools the vehicle’s internal components.
It has two 12.3-inch screens inside, one for the instrument cluster and the other for the infotainment system with navigation, ventilated front seats, ambient sounds of nature, and vehicle-to-load function (V2L), which is used via a power outlet on the side of the car. It also has Level 2 ADAS, power seats, climate control, and eight Bose premium speakers.
The battery can be charged from 10% to 80% in 18 minutes using the 350kW super fast charger. The smaller battery pack can be recharged in 43.5 minutes using the more typical 50 kWh charger, but it takes 56.6 minutes for the larger 72.6 kWh battery pack.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is equipped with loads of safety features like Hyundai Smart Sense, which maximizes passenger security. Additionally, it has six airbags, a simulated engine sound system, a power kid lock, electric parking brakes as well as multi-collision avoidance brakes.
|Price||₹ 44.95 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom)|
|Range||613 km as per ARAI|
|V2L (Vehicle-to-Load)Socket||3.6kW power|
|Airbags||6Bags Driver, passenger, side & curtain|
|Electronic stability control (ESC)||Yes|
|Vehicle stability management (VSM)||Yes|
|Hill-start assist control (HAC)||Yes|
|Multi-collision-avoidance brake (MCB)||Yes|
|Parking assist||Front & rear parking sensors|
|Electric parking brake (EPB)||Yes|
|Power child lock||Yes|
|Electrochromic mirror (ECM)||Yes|
|Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) [Highline]||Yes|
|Virtual engine sound system (VESS)||Yes|
|Child seat anchor (ISOFIX)||Yes|
|Air conditioning||Dual-zone FATC with auto defogger|
|Wireless phone charger||Yes|
|Rear window sunshade||Yes|
|Touch Screen||31.19 cm (12.3″) touchscreen Infotainment with navigation|
|Hyundai Bluelink connected car technology||Yes|
|Home-to-car (H2C) with Alexa & Google Voice Assistant^^||Yes|
|Over-the-air update (infotainment system & map)||Yes|
|Smartphone connectivity||Apple Carplay & Android Auto|
|Sound system||Bose premium sound system (8 Speakers)|
|Electric motor type||Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM)|
|Configuration||Rear-wheel drive (RWD)|
|Max power||160kW / 217ps|
|Max torque||350NM / 35.7kgm|
|Battery type||Liquid-cooled lithium-ion with battery heating system|
|Battery Capacity||72.6 kWh|
|AC charging (upto 100%)||11 kW – 6 h 55 min|
|DC charging (10% to 80%)||50 kW – 57 min | 350 kW – 18 min|
|Transmission type||Single-speed reduction gear|
|Suspension Front||McPherson strut|
|Brakes||Disc (Front & Rear)|
|Wheel & tire size||255 / 45 R20 (D=512.8 mm) alloy wheel|
|Rain sensing wiper||Yes|
|The smart regenerative braking system||Yes|
|Heated outside mirrors with LED turn indicators||Yes|
|Hands-free smart power tailgate with height adjustment||Yes|
|Front Seat||Power adjustment seat with lumbar support, Premium relaxation seat, Ventilated & heated function|
|Rear Seat||Power sliding & manual reclining function, Heated function|
|Seat type||Eco-processed leather seat upholstery|
|TFT Screen Display||31.22 cm (12.3″) digital cluster|
|Dark pebble gray interior color||Yes|
|Auto flush door handles||Yes|
|Headlamp||LED daytime running lights (DRL) & premium front LED accent lighting.|
|KM warranty||For 3 years of Unlimited KM.|
|Extended Warranty||5 yrs / 1,40,000 km|
|Battery warranty||8 yrs / 1,60,000 km|
|1st home visit||15 days of deliveries|
|Road Side Assistance (RSA)||3 Years|
|Colors||Gravity gold matte, Optic White, Midnight black pearl & Dark pebble gray interior color|
|Acceleration||0 to 100 km/h in 7.6s|
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