Hyundai Ioniq 5: the ultimate all-electric company car journey
We took the all-electric Ioniq 5 on a 300-mile journey from the world’s first electrically lit street in Newcastle to an ultra-modern London light display. Here’s what we learned...
Offering a choice of cost-effective all-electric powertrains – with up to 315 miles of range (WLTP) on the new range-topping 77kWh battery – a 2% BIK rate, ultra-rapid charging, advanced safety and infotainment technology, acres of interior space, dazzling performance and futuristic eye-catching style, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is the perfect company car for fleet managers and user-choosers alike.
In order to prove just how capable the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is in the real world as a company car, we took it on the ultimate all-electric commute – from the world’s first electrically-lit street in Newcastle to an ultra-modern LED light display in the heart of Southwark, London. It’s a journey that perfectly reflects Hyundai’s global push towards efficiency and electrification.
 Based on Hyundai test data for comparison purposes. Actual time will vary and is dependent on a number of factors including battery temperature, condition and age, ambient temperature and the power provided by the charger. Charge time increases in cold weather and if battery temperature activates safeguarding technology. Ultra-fast chargers are currently available on selected motorways/major arterial routes – see the Charge myHyundai app for details. They are not yet available in Northern Ireland.
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