The modelRead full Hyundai Ioniq 5 review
The Ioniq 5 combines standout looks with a good range, peaceful cruising manners and a spacious and practical interior. The best value is represented at the bottom of the range in the form of the rear-wheel drive model with the larger battery (RWD 228PS) in Premium trim. In this specification it undercuts the closely related Genesis GV60 and Kia EV6.
The trimSee full equipment
With Premium trim you get all of the kit found on SE Connect cars, plus dual LED projector headlamps, chrome side mouldings, a powered tailgate, four-way electric driver’s seat adjustment, and heating for the steering wheel and both front seats. It’s our pick of the range.
The engineSee full engine specs
This pricier dual-motor version has a second electric motor driving the front wheels, boosting power to 321bhp and giving acceleration that’s a match for the Tesla Model Y Long Range. It's not cheap, though, and range is slightly worse than in the RWD versions.
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