Hyundai has got a subbrand that is launching a new model in their line of electric vehicles. And pretty soon, we’ll have an understanding of what it can do. The Ioniq 5 is actually pretty close in comparison, from the few teaser images Hyundai shared earlier this month, but the full specs are yet to be seen.
So what do we know about Hyundai and their latest EV?
Some consider the Ioniq 5 a mid-size crossover. Others see it as a hatchback. leaked specs from online divulged into the mystery even further.
Confirmations have been made that the Ioniq 5 is almost as tall as the Kona. Albeit, just a foot over. There’s also a combo output of 313 hp, as well as standard all-wheel drive and variety with energy! Fun! Either a standard 58.0-kWh pack, estimated to pump out 282 miles of range on the WLTP cycle or an equally optional 73.0-kWh pack, with even more range to give.
Hyundai is also adding on the confirmation that their Ioniq 5 can serve as a generator. It even gives about near 3.5 kilowatts via 110-volt and 220-volt outlets, with the intent to power a varying amount of appliances.
One has to admit, Hyundai and other competitors have been innovating with their EVs.
The range estimates continue on the optimism that withholds all negativity when viewing the WLTP cycles and the EPA estimates as well. In conversion and theory, the Ioniq 5 should possess a strength, unlike any other electric vehicle that came before or after.
Electric vehicles are such a powerful movement in the world of transportation. So why wouldn’t you be excited about Hyundai? They’re pursuing the green go-ahead. And that only makes the world more fruitful to last through. Isn’t that a great thing to keep in mind? That Hyundai is on the hunt to live?! Sure.