Hyundai reveals more about the electric car Ioniq 5

February 23 is the premiere of Hyundai’s new electric car Ioniq 5, but already now we get to know more about the car.

Ioniq 5 is based on the concept car Hyundai 45 which in turn is inspired by Hyundai’s first car Pony. “45” means that it was 45 years since Pony was launched.

There is a 45 year difference between Hyundai Pony and Hyundai 45.

Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a medium crossover. This means that the car is tall and suv-like. It is later followed by a sedan (Ioniq 6) and a large SUV (Ioniq 7). All models are based on the flexible electric car platform E-GMP with 800-volt technology.

The design is very angular with many straight lines and smooth surfaces. It gives a drastically different look than today’s Hyundai models and marks a shift to the electric car.

The combination of large wheels and long wheelbase means that the Hyundai Ioniq 5 has similar proportions as a car in the Golf class, but is one size larger.

The decor is much softer and made of “durable” materials. Hyundai states that the cabin should be spacious and flexible. Something that is possible thanks to a flat battery under the floor and a long wheelbase.

The center console can slide back and forth. It frees up space in the passenger compartment when the car is parked so that everyone in the front seat can walk out of the same door if the car is parked in a cramped space.

The rear seat can be pushed forward so that a passenger in the front seat can more easily take care of children or animals in the back seat.

Hyundai has worked to make the seats extra comfortable so that drivers and passengers can rest efficiently while the car is being charged.

Hyundai Ioniq 5 is launched February 23, 2021. Then all the details about the upcoming electric car will be revealed.

Here you can see more pictures of Ioniq 5.

Ioniq 5 is super nice!

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