The first photos from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV were provided by the Korean company where soon enough and officially the fully electric car will be revealed next month. Hyundai’s new pure electric car keeps the design philosophy intact from the original “45”.
Impression is caused by the new clamshell bonnet which covers the entire width of the car so that there are few gaps in the panels. It will have huge 20-inch wheels and the wheels will have light alloy. Another important feature of Ioniq 5 is that it will have a vehicle to load (V2L) system with a power of 3.5 kW and a voltage of 110/220 volts.
In fast charging Hyundai reports that in just five minutes of charging the batteries will be able to store energy for up to 100 km. First edition will be called the first model of the total 3 new models, and for the motion take over two electric motors one per axle that offer combined power of 313 hp.
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The 58 kWh battery will ensure a range of 450 km per charge according to WLTP. Some time later there will be a larger battery with a capacity of 78 kWh where it will offer a total range of 550 km. The Ioniq 5 First Edition will perform impressively where it will need just 5.2 seconds for 0-100 km/h.
It also impresses with the charging capability with an 800 V circuit while in addition to the charging capability in a domestic outlet at 2.3 kW there will also be the possibility of charging via single-phase or three-phase Wallbox with power up to 11 kW. Also on a DC fast charger with a power of 350 kW to fill the Ioniq 5 battery from 10% to 80% it will take just 15 minutes.