Hyundai EV strategy reconfirmed with standard range Ioniq 5 with RWD

We stand corrected. In a earlier press launch, South Korean automaker Hyundai mentioned all U.S.-bound Ioniq 5 EVs would have the 77.4 kWh long-range battery pack provided in single and dual-motor configurations. Because it seems, Hyundai has reconfirmed its EV technique by unveiling the bottom costs of its much-awaited EV, and the record consists of a typical vary possibility with a smaller 58 kWh battery, rear-wheel drive, and a single 168-horsepower electrical motor.

After all, the results of all it is a decrease MSRP for the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq SE Normal Vary mannequin, which the automaker has introduced will begin at $39,700 earlier than federal tax credit (as much as $7,500) and supply prices ($1,225). All instructed, the bottom Ioniq 5 would price round $33,425, making it among the many most inexpensive EV choices to think about.

Nonetheless, the smaller battery is barely accessible within the base SE Normal Vary variant, whereas the bigger 77.4 kWh battery is commonplace above the trim ladder. Our cash goes to the next-level SE variant with the 77.4 kWh long-range battery talked about above. Beginning at round $43,650 (earlier than tax credit and vacation spot), it has a stronger single rear motor pumping out 225 horsepower.

However with the larger battery, it ekes out an EPA-rated 303 miles of driving vary, significantly better than the bottom mannequin’s paltry 220 miles of vary. What’s extra, Hyundai claims “sudden ranges of normal tools” even within the base Ioniq 5 SE Normal Vary mannequin. It consists of 19-inch aero wheels, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automated flush door handles, and an 800-volt/350 kW ultra-fast charger with limitless 30-minute charging periods for 2 years by way of Electrify America.

After all, the 2022 Ioniq 5 comes with beneficiant security kits like lane-keeping/lane-following help, rear-cross site visitors alert, ahead collision warning, freeway driving help with sensible cruise management, and a rearview monitor with parking steering.

In the meantime, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE with AWD and twin electrical motors begin at $47,150. It has 320 horsepower and achieves 256 miles of vary. With the 2022 Ioniq 5, all dual-motor variants with the long-range battery have comparable vary figures: 256 miles for RWD and 303 miles for AWD. The identical rule applies to horsepower: RWD has 256 horsepower, and AWD has 303 horsepower.

The Ioniq 5 SEL RWD has a base value of $49,500, whereas the SEL AWD begins at $49,400. Lastly, the range-topping Ioniq 5 Restricted RWD and AWD have base costs at $50,600 and $54,500, respectively. The primary deliveries will begin this winter.

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