The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is an electric SUV with an enormous amount of space
Hyundai’s new electric sub-brand starts with the Ioniq 5. The debut should convince with an 800-volt electrical system and plenty of space. AUTO BILD was already inside!
Ioniq 5 with a special roof spoiler instead of a rear window wiper
The small black bar in the middle of the vehicle shows the current battery level when charging.
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It is said that pictures do not lie. Somehow they already do that with the Ioniq 5: with its long Wheelbase of exactly three meters, the short overhangs and the retro design, it is proportionally reminiscent of the compact class of the 80s. Live it is, however, much larger than it appears in photos. They stab at the front LED lights eye-catching – its U-shape can be found everywhere on the car. Beneath this, countless fine, lengthways arranged LED strips extend across the vehicle, which become invisible when the lights are switched off. The black bar in the middle shows the battery level while charging. In the lower part of the front apron there are two active aero flaps. Depending on the drive’s cooling air requirement, they can open or close, which also improves the drag coefficient. They have the same purpose retractable door handles and the distinctive notches in the wheel arches. The latter should divert air turbulence generated by the wheels in the best possible way.
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The interior of the Ioniq 5 shines with a huge amount of space
The amount of space in the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is unrivaled – measured by the footprint.
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We get in and take a seat in the driver’s seat. Hyundai did not exaggerate the cockpit is actually very airy. The vehicle floor is absolutely flat, a center tunnel is missing. A kind takes its place Island with a huge storage compartment, which can be pushed back and forth at will. Together with the bright furnishings, this should create an atmosphere like in your own four walls. The glove compartment has also been replaced by a pull-out drawer. And at the magnetic area to the left of the digital cockpit you can pin shopping lists or fridge magnets. The electrically adjustable front seats are ingenious. You are at the push of a button for Recliner including extendable legrest to be able to relax during the loading breaks.
The front seats should be designed to be particularly slim, which improves legroom in the rear.
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Enough complained, switch to the Fund. Here the space is even more princely. The legs and head have plenty of air The bench can be adjusted electrically. There’s one below 230 volt connection, to charge smartphones, laptops or other devices. There is space for up to 531 liters of luggage in the trunk. That grows when the rear seat bench is folded down Storage volume even to almost 1,600 liters. There’s a under the front hood additional, small compartment with a volume of 57 liters. In the all-wheel drive versions there are only 24 liters, so you can’t accommodate more than the charging cables.
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