Hyundai Ioniq 5 58kWh AWD 2021 -

  • 235hp
    All Wheel Drive
  • 58kWh
    Nominal capacity
  • 6.1sec
    0-62 mph
  • 225mi
    WLTP range

Announced 2021
Status Available to order. Released 2021, June
Base price $ 40,870  
Power AWD 235 hp (173 kW)
Torque 446 lb-ft (605 Nm)
Acceleration 6.1 sec 0-62 mph
Max speed 115 mph (185 km/h)
Capacity 58 kWh total
Tech Liquid-cooled Li-Po 800V
Range 225 mi WLTP
Consumption 3.4 mi/kWh WLTP
Recuperation 4 levels, with steering wheel paddles
Heat pump Yes
AC Charging Type 2 11 kW, 0-100% in 6 hours 15 min
DC Charging CCS 175 kW max, 10-80% in 18 min
 Vehicle to load (V2L)
230V electrical outlet (3.6 KW max)
Type 5 door crossover, 5 seats
Platform E-GMP
Dimensions 182.5 x 74.4 x 63.2 in (4635 x 1890 x 1605 mm)
Drag coef. 0.288 Cd
Wheelbase 118.1 in (3000 mm)
Clearance 6.1 in (155 mm)
Weight EU: 4619 lb unladen
Suspension Front MacPherson struts, rear multi-link
Wheels R19, R20
Trunk EU: 18.6 ft³, 56.0 ft³ max
Frunk 0.8 ft³
Towing EU: 1653 lb unbraked, 3527 lb braked
Center 12.3" touchscreen
Driver's 12.3"
Head-up Yes, projector type
Seats Heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats
Roof Panoramic glass roof, solar roof
Parking aids Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, front and reversing camera, Remote Smart Parking Assist
Connectivity Wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, planned wireless option
Airbags 7 airbags: side, front and rear, including head airbag system
Driving aids Front and corner radars, cameras. Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Cyclist Recognition, Blind Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Safe Exit Assist, High Beam Assist, Intelligent Speed Limit Assist, Driver Attention Warning
Self driving
Crash tests NCAP 2021: 5 stars

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User opinions and reviews

  • andrii

ioniq 5 2023 has a battery of 77 and 229 horsepower as in ioniq 6. update the information on the site

  • The

Sure I have a car I'm gonna spend 40.000 on a electric make them affordable 15 20 aren't you manufacturing people that say theese cars have no parts just batery and 4 electric engines so why so EXPENSIVE

  • Anonymous

This Hyundai is a toy.

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