South Korean vehicle maker Hyundai has released the first teaser of its upcoming electric car. This is the first model of the company’s BEV lineup. This car is designed on the electric global modular platform Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). This platform has been specially designed by Hyundai for the next generation of electric cars.
The IONIQ 5 includes pixel-inspired headlights. This will be Hyundai’s first car with a clamshell hood that will increase the width of the car. It has a fully enclosed grill and digital side mirror making its front face attractive.
[#HMG] Given only 5 minutes to charge, 4 devices are up for fierce competition. No one is going to risk losing. Who will be the last one standing? #IONIQ #IONIQ5 #EV #Hyundai pic.twitter.com/pGtTvYG87X
— Hyundai Motor Group (@HMGnewsroom) January 13, 2021
Hyundai IONIQ 5 Crossover comes with a battery pack that is capable of delivering a range of up to 500 km once charged. It can be charged up to 80 percent within 18 minutes from ultra-fast charging. “Starting with Ioniq 5, our dedicated BEV lineup brand will redefine the relationship between people and their cars,” said Saingup Lee, senior vice president and senior vice president of Hyundai Global Design Center. For which a new standard will be established. “
The main thing is that the company has also released four teaser videos to show a glimpse of the car, each of which has a glimpse of the main technologies used in Ioniq 5. According to the report, the car is likely to come with an all-wheel-drive with 309hp output. It will reportedly be able to catch a speed of 0 to 100 kmph in just 5 seconds. However, the details of its battery pack have not yet surfaced. Notably, the Ioniq 5 will debut at a virtual world premiere event on February 5, 2021.