Although Hyundai already offers electric models, the company's big shift officially begins today with the unveiling of the Ioniq 5, the first vehicle from its new Ioniq all-electric division.
Between now and 2025, 23 all-electric products will be brought forth worldwide by the Korean giant. With the Ioniq 5, the company is advancing a model with a futuristic design, but also a product with an ultra-fast recharging system.
Design and platform
The design of the Ioniq 5 is inspired by the Hyundai 45 concept. Its wheelbase is just over 118 inches long, which is more than that of the Hyundai Palisade, but it’s 14 inches shorter overall, which gives a pretty clear idea of its overall dimensions. Its size puts it between an SUV and a hatchback.
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