The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is a Midsize electric coupe SUV based on the 45 EV Concept, which anticipates the not too distant future that the brand imagines. In fact, given that they allow to appreciate the gloomy images offered by the manufacturer, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 retains great aesthetic similarity to the prototype.
Thus, the future zero emissions SUV of the Korean firm boasts a front chaired by some LED headlights with a light signature consisting of 256 pixels and in the shape of a double ‘U’.
He hood has a rather bulging shape that the brand defines as “shell shape, thus minimizing the spaces between panels and creating an overall clean and high-tech look”, in the words of the manufacturer.
Hyundai emphasizes that one of the peculiar aspects of this car is that it is based on a design called “parametric pixels”, the smallest unit of digital imaging. A style also reflected in the 20-inch aerodynamic wheels that it equips, the largest ever mounted on a Hyundai.
In the rear, the pronounced falling from the ceiling and the rectangular-shaped light signature headlamps seen on the 45 EV Concept remain intact.
The Hyundai IONIQ 5 will be the first vehicle to be paired with the Global Electric Modular Platform (E-GMP) of Hyundai Motor Group, which promises to house batteries with capacities of 58 kWh y 73 kWh for up to 500 km of autonomy.
However, everything indicates that in addition to these batteries equipped with LG Chem cells, there will be a third battery pack with cells of SK Innovation that could shoot the life between car charges up to 800 km.
Refills from 10 to 80% in 18 minutes
In addition, the firm has revealed some videos to introduce the Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) technology of the IONIQ 5, which allows the car to function as a general power supply source and use a ultra-fast charging system.
As the brand itself explained, thanks to the E-GMP platform the new generation of Hyundai’s electric cars, such as the IONIQ 5, will be able to recharge with powers up to 350 kW and 800 V.
In other words, the battery of the electric SUV will be able to pass 10 to 80% of its charge capacity in just 18 minutes using a charger such as those of IONITY.
Also, Hyundai has confirmed that the IONIQ 5 will be able to pass from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.3 seconds.
In any case, to unravel all its details and design, we will have to wait until the February month when Hyundai’s electric car sub-brand officially debuts.
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