The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the first of a new family of electric models that, in addition to autonomy, will offer a unique image of each model.
Hyundai has made a niche for itself in the electric market. The Koreans consistently rank among the zero-emissions best sellers with the original Ioniq (also marketed as a hybrid) and Kona electric car. Nevertheless, the brand is going one step further and creating a new family of models, starting with the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric car.
Just as Ford has leveraged the Mustang name to drive sales of an electric SUV, Hyundai will use the well-known IONIQ nomenclature to differentiate its new electrics from the rest. In addition, the model will distinguish itself from the BMW method within this new range: the figures and performance will speak for themselves.
The first is the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric car, a peculiar model that the brand advertises as an SUV. Still, it would be more accurate to speak of it as a crossover due to the combination of concepts that it brings together. It looks like a traditional compact, but it's as big as a Hyundai Tucson. Do you want to know more about him?