The capacity to thrill.

The new IONIQ 5 takes you from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds and offers a driving range of up to 570 km. An amazing array of smart technologies adds to the thrill of this all-electric midsize CUV.
Side view of the new Hyundai IONIQ 5 in grey, plugged in for charging outside grey building.

Performance

The future of electric mobility is here. 

Featuring breath-taking design and driving dynamics, as well as an 800-volt battery system for ultra-fast charging, this ground-breaking CUV delivers thrilling performance – built on a cutting-edge new platform that is nothing less than a technological milestone in this era of EV expansion.
Cutaway photos of the two electric motors of the all-wheel Hyundai IONIQ 5.

Single and dual electric motors.

Available in an all-wheel drive version with two electric motors or a two-wheel drive version with a single electric motor.
Logo of Hyundai’s all-wheel drive system HTRAC,cut out against a white background.

Electric all-wheel-drive (HTRAC).

Available with Hyundai’s signature all-wheel drive system HTRAC, the IONIQ 5 has some serious 4x4 capabilities that will keep you moving in all kinds of conditions.

Charge while you drive with regenerative braking.

Equipped with cutting-edge technology for intelligent driving, IONIQ 5’s regenerative braking system charges the battery while driving by using the electric motor to slow the vehicle. You can control the level of energy that the system regenerates and stores in the battery by adjusting the three levels of regenerative braking with the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. 
  1. Paddle shifter mounted on the steering wheel of the new Hyundai IONIQ 5.

    Paddle shifters.

    Adjust the level of regenerative braking with paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel. The higher the level, the more the car slows and charges the battery when you take your foot off the accelerator.
  2. Footrest, brake pedal and accelerator pedal of the of new Hyundai IONIQ 5.

    i-Pedal mode.

     i-Pedal mode allows acceleration/deceleration/stopping using only the accelerator pedal. Simply tap on left paddle shifter to enter fourth stage to enable the one pedal function.
  3. Three-quarter view of the new Hyundai IONIQ 5 in grey driving down a curving concrete ramp.

    Auto Regen mode.

    When activated, Auto Regen mode controls the regenerative braking automatically according to the road grade and by utilizing front radar sensors to react to traffic ahead, slowing you down accordingly. 

    EV Platform

    Leading the charge into the electric era.

    IONIQ 5 is built on Hyundai’s new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). This dedicated battery electric vehicle platform enables faster charging, increased driving range, more interior space and better handling. The battery pack’s position within the wheelbase ensures ideal weight distribution for improved handling performance.
    1. Cutaway of the Electric Global Modular Platform showing the battery, wheels and chassis.

      The E-GMP modular concept.

      E-GMP accommodates a wide range of vehicle types, driving distances, and lifestyles through a standardized battery system equipped with technology optimized for EVs.
    2. Top-down view of the Electric Global Modular Platform showing the battery, wheels and chassis.

      Electronic performance. 

      In the space freed up by removing the internal combustion engine, we have mounted the driving motor low down. The battery is also placed low down within the chassis allowing ideal weight distribution between front and rear and a low center of gravity for improved handling performance and a more stable high-speed experience.
    3. Three-quarter view of the Electric Global Modular Platform with battery, wheels and chassis.

      Designed for safety.

      E-GMP embraces unique EV design characteristics such as short overhangs and a long wheelbase with collision safety, maximised passenger space, and battery safety.
      1. Close-up of the controls for the fully reclining front seats of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric.

        Flexible seat arrangements.

        The flat floor also allows front and back seats to be arranged in numerous ways to accommodate lunch breaks and road trips and anything else you'd like to do – providing an innovative electrified experience.

      2. A man sitting in the driver’s seat of the Hyundai IONIQ 5, looking down at the centre console.

        More legroom.

        The low-mounted battery and the flat floor from the removal of the centre tunnel result in much more legroom for passengers.

      3. The back row seats of the of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric midsize CUV.

        More room for passengers.

        E-GMP enables the creation of innovative interiors designed uniquely for EVs to provide a new electrified mobility experience for our customers. The space-consuming AC system has been moved from inside the car to the extra space created by replacing the engine with an electric motor – leaving more room for passengers in the front.

        Range

         More range, less charging.

        The new IONIQ 5 is available with different configurations to suit your mobility needs and performance wants. Choose from two battery pack options: 63 kWh (standard range) or 84 kWh (long range) and all-wheel or rear-wheel drive.

        How long is your daily commute?

        Calculate the number of commute days between charges for the IONIQ 5.

        120 km

        84.0 kWh

         

        days

        between
        charges

        63.0 kWh

         

        days

        between
        charges

        Just as there is a range of factors that affect the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion engine (ICE), the total electric driving range will be affected by the size of the battery, your driving style, the outside temperature, any passengers you are carrying and more.


          Charging

          Excellent charging performance.

          Charge at home overnight or top up at a fast charging station on the road in just minutes. The new IONIQ 5 is flexible. Equipped with an 800V battery system for some of the fastest charging times possible today, it is also compatible for 400V charging and AC charging.
          1. A person plugging the charging cable into the side of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric midsize CUV.

            Plug & Charge.

            No app or charging card needed – just plug and charge. Authentication is managed between vehicle and charge point – saving you time and hassle.
          2. Symbols showing the Hyundai IONIQ 5 battery system can add 336 km of range in 15 minutes.

            Powering up – The speed of ultra-fast charging.

            IONIQ 5’s 800V battery system can add 336 km of range in 15 minutes! It supports charging at up to 350 kW at a DC ultra-fast charging station – charging from 10 to 80% in 18 min.
          3. A man using a charging cable to connect an electric bicycle to a Hyundai IONIQ 5 near a pyramid.

            Multi-charging system.

            Hyundai’s world’s first patented technology can support both 400V and 800V charging infrastructure without additional components or adapters.
          4. A couple hug while leaning on a Hyundai IONIQ 5 that is charging in the street.

            400V and 800V technology.

            Get in and out of rapid charging stations faster. 400V and 800V technology gives you the flexibility of using a different charger if one type is occupied.
            1. IONIQ 5’s 84 kWh battery system has a charging time of 1 hour and 16 min from a 50 kW DC station.

              Long range battery.

              In the long range battery version (84 kWh), IONIQ 5’s 800V battery system offers the following charging times:

              350 kW DC station: Charging time 18 min from 10 to 80%

              Range added from 15 minutes of charging: 336 km.

              50 kW DC station: Charging time 1 hour 16 minutes  from 10 to 80%

            2. IONIQ 5’s 63 kWh battery system has a charging time of 58 minutes from a 50 kW DC station.

              Standard range battery.

              In the standard range battery version (63 kWh), IONIQ 5’s 800V battery system offers the following charging times:

              350 kW DC station: Charging time 18 min from 10 to 80%

              Range added from 15 minutes of charging: 270 km.

              50 kW DC station: Charging time 58 min from 10 to 80%

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            1. The 63 kWh battery charges in 5 hours and 50 minutes from a home wallbox or public AC charging station.

              Standard range battery.

              On a home wallbox or public AC charging station (EU 3-phase): Charging time: 5 hours and 50 minutes.
            2. The 84 kWh battery charges in 7 hours 35 minutes from a home wallbox or public AC charging station.

              Long range battery.


              On a home wallbox or public AC charging station (EU 3-phase): Charging time: 7 hours 35 minutes.
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            Fast and flexible, charging your IONIQ 5.

            It has never been easier to charge your IONIQ 5. Charge myHyundai is a comprehensive public charging solution that gives you access to over 720,000 charge points in 30 European countries. a streamlined one-payment solution with one app, one card and one invoice.
            A couple hug while leaning on a Hyundai IONIQ 5 charging in the street.

            Home and public charging.

            There are many different places and ways to charge your new IONIQ 5.
            A person charging the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric midsize CUV from an IONITY charging station.

            Hyundai charging stations.

            Charge myHyundai offers access to 720,000 charge points and the IONITY high-speed charging network.