India’s EV market is becoming more competitive with electric cars, but it is coming here confidently.
This video was taken by an Indian vlogger who recently visited Hyundai Ioniq 5 in India. Hyundai plans to release the Ioniq 5 in India in the near future. The EV market is heating up as even Indian brands are preparing for this environmentally friendly transformation. Hyundai and Kia have announced that they will bring their Ioniq 5 and EV6 cars to our shores by the end of this year. For now, let’s see what Ioniq 5 looks like according to this popular Indian vlogger.
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Indian blogger reviews Hyundai Ioniq 5 – External
The exterior of the Ioniq 5 is a perfect combination of modern elements of retro style. The design of this mid-range finish is relatively low compared to the EV. However, there are end components such as LED DRL for the cube and reflective lamps integrated into the glossy headlight housing, the headlights are connected via a horizontally darkened glass panel and the bumper with a silver earring has a silver structure. Place the bottom plate to show the characteristics of the SUV. It has 19-inch alloy wheels with a two-tone pattern on the sides, large wheel arches with a black lining and plastic black side skirts. At the back there are rectangular LED taillights with a glass panel in between to match our era.
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Being an electric car with a large wheelbase, the Ioniq has 5 acres of space. There is a large connected screen for the information entertainment and instrument cluster, a uniformly wide control panel that carefully conceals the actual AC fans, and a compact center. Console with HVAC and multimedia controls, large space between the front seats due to the lack of a transmission panel and a ton of modern convenience and connectivity. The upper cover has a glass roof and a leather upholstery, which gives the cabin a high-quality feel.
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In the international market, the Ioniq 5 comes with two versions of the battery; standard 58 kW / h and long-distance 72.6 kW / h battery. They can be combined with one or two electric motors to provide two-wheel or four-wheel drive. Power and torque from 170 PS / 350 Nm to 305 PS / 605 Nm, depending on the power unit selected. Tell us how happy you are to witness the Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV.