Hyundai IONIQ 5 2021 Review

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Is Hyundai’s first dedicated EV a genuine Tesla-killer? First impressions are positive 👉 Full Review:

With a concept-car design that straddles a strange line between SUV and oversized hatchback, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the Korean car-maker’s first new-generation electric vehicle.

Built from the ground up on a dedicated EV platform, the blocky crossover offers 400km-plus range from its 72.6kWh lithium-ion battery, is available in both rear-drive and all-wheel drive configurations, and delivers several very useful features.

With a starting price of just over $70,000 the Hyundai IONIQ 5 is more expensive than the Telsa Model 3 – Australia’s top-selling EV – and also the incoming Polestar 2, both of which open from just under $60,000.

But Hyundai says it is already expected to sell out of its initial shipment of 400 vehicles, which will be followed by cheaper versions and even a high-performance N flagship.

Does Hyundai’s first dedicated EV live up to the hype? Will demand continue to outstrip supply after early-adopters take delivery? We dig in to find out if it’s a genuine game-changer or just another overpriced EV from a mainstream car-maker.

Fast Forward
00:00 INTRO
00:32 Pricing and specs
02:20 Charging
03:05 Interior review
06:09 Passenger space
06:45 Cargo space
07:30 Road test
10:35 Verdict

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