2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs 

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs 

The 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 has been formally divulged, in front of its Australian dispatch in the second from last quarter of 2021 (July to September). An all-electric fair size SUV worked to match the Volkswagen ID.4 and impending Toyota 'BZ', the Ioniq 5 is both the main model from Hyundai's new Ioniq electric vehicle (EV) sub-brand, and is the primary vehicle to ride on Hyundai, Kia and Genesis' E-GMP electric-just particular stage. 

For a full breakdown of everything Korea's most recent electric vehicle has to bring to the table, look at each part and subheading underneath. Two battery sizes will be offered – a 58kWh (net) 'Standard Range' unit, and a bigger 72.6kWh 'Long Range' pack – combined with a decision of back or all-wheel-drive. 

Back drive Standard Range models guarantee force and force yields of 125kW and 350Nm individually, and cover 0-100km/h in 8.5 seconds, while all-wheel-drive (AWD) vehicles with similar battery up yields and slice quickening to 173kW/605Nm and 6.1 seconds separately. The fastest model in the reach is the Long Range AWD, which creates 225kW and 605Nm from a couple of electric engines, empowering a 5.2-second scramble from 0-100km/h – making the leader Ioniq 5 the brand's snappiest model, given the Hyundai i30 N hot bring forth can just deal with a 5.9-second scramble across the benchmark run. 

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV : Electric Powertrain Specs 

Excursion adoring purchasers ought to pick the back drive Long Range 2WD, which asserts a greatest driving scope of 470 to 480 kilometers on Europe's WLTP test cycle – the longest of the line-up. Driving reach figures for the other three variations still can't seem to be declared. All models guarantee a maximum velocity of 185km/h. 

An advantage of the new E-GMP stage is uphold for both 400-volt and 800-volt charging framework, with Hyundai guaranteeing the protected 'multi-charging framework' that permits the two voltages to be upheld is a world first. Attachment the Ioniq 5 into a 350kW DC quick charger – the quickest and most impressive at present accessible in Australia and around the planet – and you'll have the option to re-energize the battery from 10 to 80 percent shortly, with a five-minute stretch on the charger amounting to 100km of WLTP range. 

That 10 to 80 percent figure makes Hyundai's new SUV one of the quickest charging electric vehicles available, comparable to the 22.5-minute time asserted for a 5 to 80 percent charge by the Porsche Taycan car. A vehicle-to-stack (V2L) framework is on offer, permitting proprietors to charge bikes, bikes, outdoors hardware, TVs and other electrical gadgets straightforwardly from the vehicle's lithium-particle battery at up to 3.6kW, on account of ports under the back seats and behind the outside charging fold.

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