It is also said to boast a 0-100 mph in 5.2 seconds. Leaked information suggests that the car will support the 800-volt quick DC hinge.
IONIQ 5 will be part of the new dedicated Hyundai EV brand
Hyundai has released 5 images of the new IONIQ 5 electric car that is expected to launch next month. Now he has also teased a claim for new fast charging technology. The news comes after Hyundai touted two-way charging last month.
In the new images that have been released, IONIQ 5 has parametric pixels and an environmentally friendly Color Material Finish Direction (CMF) that is supposed to connect analog to digital emotions. It also has pixel-inspired lights that evoke the digital technology Hyundai is ushering in with its new brand of electric cars.
The vehicle features a clamshell-style hood and aero-optimized wheels that further enhance the parametric pixel design as well as extra-large 20-inch diameter rims, the largest Hyundai has offered on a electric vehicle.
Hyundai claimed that the car can reach 100 kilometers of load in 5 minutes and also has a payload range of 20-80% in 15 minutes.
On the specification side, there are leaks that point to a 230 kW electric motor that delivers 313 hp, in an all-wheel drive package and a total range of 450 kilometers. It is also said to boast a 0-100 mph in 5.2 seconds. The leak suggests that the car will support the quick DC hinge at 800 volts.
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