• Hyundai Ioniq 5 to be launched in India this year

This is the first of six Hyundai EVs coming to India by 2028

Hyundai’s all-electric midsize crossover is coming to our shores. The CBU offering is one of the six EVs to be launched in India (click here to know more). It is the first model of the brand’s Ioniq dedicated EV line-up and the first Hyundai model to feature Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

The BEV's design was inspired by Hyundai's 45 EV Concept, which debuted at IAA 2019. It follows a minimalistic design language with a front end design that looks futuristic and a little boxy. Headlamps and tail lights feature the new pixelated design with U-shaped DRLs at the front. The 20-inch alloy shows a unique design, showcasing Hyundai's new ‘Parametric Dynamics’ design that was first seen on the Tucson. Inside, the floor is flat and the long-wheelbase offers a grand interior. The dual-cockpit design features a customisable 12-inch, infotainment screen and a 12-inch instrument cluster.

Features include Bose sound system with eight speakers, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, app connectivity, wireless charging pad, head-up display, five USB ports, heated steering wheel and heated front seats. Safety features include- Driving assist, cruise control, lane changing assist, blind-spot warning, driver attention warning, forward collision assist and more.

Hyundai in the global market offers Ioniq 5 with two powertrains: single motor and twin-motor setup. The base variant (rear-wheel drive) with 58kWh battery pack offers 170PS and 350Nm and 0-100kmph is achieved in 7.4 seconds. The all-wheel drive variant (one motor at each axle) with the larger 72.6kWh battery pack boasts a total of 306PS and 605Nm enabling the EV to accelerate from 0-100kmph in 5.2 seconds. Both powertrains will do a maximum of 185kmph.

In terms of battery pack too there are two options: a 58kWh unit that offers a maximum range of up to 612km and a 72.6kWh battery pack that will enable a range of up to 692km. Both battery packs can be had with any of the available powertrains. The EV features an 800V charging system that enables fast charging from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes via 350kW charger.

Hyundai Motor India commits to the expansion of its BEV line-up to six models by 2028 and Ioniq 5 being the first one among them.

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