Hyundai Reveals Ioniq Cabin Open Space Appearance 5 |

DAPURPACU – Hyundai Motor Company has released the official appearance of the Ioniq 5 interior which will debut the world on February 23. Not only wide, but also shown the functional side.

For information, the Ioniq 5 is the first Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) model from Hyundai to use the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

This BEV dedicated platform has a ‘thin’ battery which creates a spacious, adjustable interior. So it can offer personalized mobility with flexible configurations to comfortably accommodate passengers and cargo.

Not only that, the cabin is also equipped with environmentally friendly materials for every component that is installed, but still comfortable.

“Ioniq 5 is an embodiment of an optimistic design and appearance that answers consumer expectations in the era of electric cars today,” said SangYup Lee, Senior Vice President and Head of Hyundai Global Design Center.

“The long wheelbase is realized with a new dimensional space. We designed this special room as the perfect place to re-energize and recharge its users, just like being at home, ”he added.

Ioniq 5 is claimed to be different from other mid-size crossovers, especially for those who have an internal combustion engine and a conventional Steer-by-Wire system.

Thanks to the E-GMP platform, the wheelbase is even more stretched and the floor of the car is flat and flat. Access in and out of the cabin for the driver and all passengers is also quite wide.

This is because the floor is level and level, allowing the center console to slide back and forth. This concept is the result of rethinking the basics so that it manages to deliver a function that is greater than just a static center console.

The center console in Ioniq 5 adopts the new ‘Universal Island’ model, replacing the previous console models and is a major part of the Ioniq 5 living space theme experience.

The driver and front passenger seats are equipped with footrests that allow passengers to relax while the car is recharged.

All seats can be operated and positioned adjustable, making it easier for adults at the front to play with their children or pets sitting in the back.

Eco-friendly high quality interior
When developing the Ioniq 5, Hyundai put forward and thought about what consumers want from a car they want to use, namely the need for a mobility solution that is environmentally friendly and minimizes the impact on the environment.

The latest Hyundai Ioniq 5 was caught on camera recharging the battery in the Bathurst area, Australia. (photo: Thedriven)

Hyundai designers address that concern through the use of materials. All upholstery is wrapped in colored leather and processed using vegetable oil, which is extracted from flaxseed or flaxseed.

Other soft-made appliances scattered throughout the cabin are made of textiles derived from fibers, such as natural components from sugar cane, wool and poly yarn, as well as materials woven from fibers from recycled plastic bottles.

Meanwhile, the dashboard, buttons, steering wheel and door panels are covered with natural polyurethane paint made from rape flower oil and corn.

A detailed review of the latest Ioniq will soon be released by Hyundai Motor Company at the World Premiere. [dp/MTH]

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