The Ioniq 5 family hatchback represents a real shift forward in Hyundai’s ability to chase down premium electric rivals, helping to persuade EV buyers who are motivated by stylish design, great on-board tech and practical range and charging speeds, to invest in the Korean brand.
2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 (217hp) – Visual Review!
Here it is, the brand new 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5! In this video you can see a visual review of the Mica Black IONIQ 5 2022. Furthermore you can see the interior, infotainmentsystem, virtual cockpit and exterior of this 2022 IONIQ 5.
Time codes: 00:00 Unlocking car 00:13 Frontlights 00:21 Taillights 00:32 Front of the car 01:07 Engine and front storage compartment 01:41 Rims 01:55 Interior (front seats) 02:50 Interior (rear seats) 03:16 Rear of the car 03:48 Electric charging port 04:08 Trunk 04:28 All seats down 04:55 Virtual cockpit 05:04 Infotainment system 06:15 Climate control 06:35 Reverse camera
Source : Visual Car Reviews
Hyundai Ioniq 5 review with 0-60mph test!
This is the all-new Hyundai Ioniq 5! We know that SO many people have been looking forward to the release of this car. So the question is – does it live up to the hype?! Well for starters, it’s no surprise that people are excited about this car given that it looks absolutely stunning! The unique headlight & taillight designs are great, and the alloy wheels look awesome! But the great looks don’t stop there – once you step inside, the minimalist interior looks really modern, and you’ll find high-quality materials throughout the cabin. So it’s all well & good with the looks… And performance isn’t that bad either! The range-topper is powered by dual electric motors and a 73kWh battery, which combine to produce 305hp. You’ll also be able to hit a claimed range just shy of 300 miles!
Hyundai IONIQ 5 driving REVIEW – is it now the best EV to buy?
This is our in-depth review of the Hyundai IONIQ 5. We’re taking a look at Exterior, Interior and the driving experience.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 Review: Tesla FINALLY Meets Its Match?
Rory’s back with a review of the new Hyundai Ioniq 5, an electric car with quirky looks, loads of space inside and some of the most clever tech you’ll find on any vehicle. Is it a Tesla killer?
New Hyundai Ioniq 5 in-depth review: the EV that does it all?
The new Ioniq 5 is the first standalone model from Hyundai’s electric brand. It represents a watershed moment in Hyundai’s electric future, with angular retro-modern styling, a high-tech interior, impressive performance and close to 300 miles of range in flagship guise. With the EV market now bursting with upmarket models like the VW ID.4 and the Audi Q4 e-tron, is the ‘8-bit’ styling of the Ioniq 5 enough to make it stand out? Richard Ingram takes it to the Carbuyer test track to find out.
2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 REVIEW!! – best new EV? | What Car?
When the Hyundai Ioniq 5 was revealed earlier this year it set the internet on fire. But is there more to it than those eye-catching looks? Watch our in-depth first drive review of a pre-production model as we explore the interior, take it for a drive and tell you everything you need to know.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 – AutoWeek Review – (Dutch – English subtitles)
De ene na de andere autofabrikant maakt momenteel een zelfgeorkestreerde revolutie door, waarbij een hippe EV onder een nieuw label tot de vaste ingrediënten behoord. Hyundai doet ook mee, maar toch is de Ioniq 5 anders dan anders. IONIQ 5
Hyundai Ioniq 5 review: 300bhp dual-motor Tesla rival tested | Top Gear
The Ioniq 5 might look like a 1980s hot hatch mixed with a dash of concept car and a splash of DeLorean, but what we have here is Hyundai’s first completely bespoke EV. Target? Sideswipe Tesla, mug the VW ID family, and start the Ioniq EV family on the path to world domination. Muahaha. How? Well, let TopGear.com’s Ollie Kew explain…
New Hyundai Ioniq 5 full review – the 300-mile Tesla EV rival styled by Minecraft
Welcome to The Late Brake Show’s full review of the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 – the 300-mile true Tesla EV rival styled by Minecraft. We say Minecraft, but any 8-bit video game really. So is this really as good as electric car enthusiasts had hoped? Jonny seemed convinced by the Korean EV efficiency, the retro-future bold styling, massive cabin and boot space, and the charging/power output versatility.
Source: The Late Brake Show