2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Intro and Preview

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    The BEV has come a long way, and Hyundai is comparing its evolution to that of other human innovations in the new national marketing campaign for the all-electric IONIQ 5. The campaign’s theme, “Your journey at its most evolved,” comes to life in two new commercials starring Jason Bateman.

    The IONIQ 5’s breakthrough design, advanced technology and more than 300 miles of range represent a significant leap in what it means to drive an EV. Hyundai used humor in this attention-grabbing campaign to compare the IONIQ 5 to other advancements humans have made.

    The 60-second hero spot titled, “History of Evolution,” finds Jason Bateman in different historical eras explaining how initial inventions got better over time. The ad showcases how the IONIQ 5 represents the advancement of the electric vehicle comparing it to the evolution of human language, navigation, phones, and televisions. “History of Evolution” will first air this Sunday during both of professional football’s conference championship games. There are also 15- and 30-second versions for broadcast and digital channels.

    This Hyundai vid is more than just a little fun. ;)

    History of Evolution | Ioniq 5


    Wayne
     
  2. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    The second adverts were shown during Pro Football’s Conference Championship Games.

    Campsite | Ioniq 5


    Wayne
     
  3. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    I finally have the time to compare the Ioniq 5s 800V charging solution to the Taycan's 850V Charging solution on two excellent EA 350s.

    The Hyundai Ioniq 5 uses a smaller 77.4 kWh/~ 72.0 KWh useable so to protect the battery, you would expect to see a lower charging rate across its SOC range. The Porsche Taycan with the extended range battery, 93.4 KWh/~ 83.7 KWh useable provides a higher charge rate.

    2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 vs 2022 Porsche Tayccan 350 KW (KW rate at a given SOC) Charging Performance

    Charging the 2022 Ioniq 5 from 9 to 80% in 18-minutes and the 2022 Porsche Taycan from 5 to 80% in 19-min on a 350 KW Electrify America Charger.



    05% - NA /246 KW | NA
    10% - 220/250 KW | -30 KW
    15% - 230/255 KW | -25 KW
    20% - 230/260 KW | -30 KW
    25% - 230/260 KW | -30 KW
    30% - 230/265 KW | -35 KW
    35% - 235/255 KW | -20 KW
    40% - 235/260 KW | -25 KW
    45% - 235/260 KW | -25 KW
    50% - 190/250 KW | -60 KW
    55% - 190/205 KW | -15 KW
    60% - 185/180 KW | +5 KW
    65% - 170/170 KW | 0 KW
    70% - 120/160 KW | -40 KW
    75% - 120/120 KW | 0 KW
    80% - 120/120 KW | 0 KW

    Here is a key metric... The Ioniq 5 took in 58 KWh between 9 and 80% while the Taycan took in 65.7 KWh between 5 and 80%. Approximately 59 KWh from 9 to 80%. I suspect the Ioniq 5/EV6 Inverter is a lot less efficient than the Taycan's given the actual large charging rate (KW) delta from 10 to 55% SOC on both.

    The Ioniq 5 was charged on an EA 350 KW in downtown Los Angeles, CA while the Taycan was charged on an EA 350 KW in Oceanside, CA. Both appeared to me to work at their peak charging rates.

    All in, the overall rates while higher with the Taycan, the Ioniq was just a few KWs behind with its 15% smaller useable battery.

    Wayne
     
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  4. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    While at the 2022 Chicago Auto Show yesterday, I had the opportunity to compare the front to rear seating and head room between the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the 2022 Kia EV6.

    Based on the same platforms, I expected the leg and knee room to be identical but that appears not to be the case. I adjusted the front seat and wheel to fit me as comfortably as possible and snapped the pic. I entered the rear seat and snapped the pic of knee room. I cannot explain the EV6s deficiency, but it is there. In addition, ingress and egress from the rear seat found the Ioniq 5 to be far more accommodative with another inch or so of headroom.

    2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 (left) - 2022 Kia EV6 (right)

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    I liked the Ioniq 5's interior seating and dash materials better while I liked the Kia EV6s driver and front passenger dash including display layout, wheel, controls, and center console better.

    Moving to the published volumes, the EV6's profile has an aesthetic advantage in that the lower roof height and steeper rake through the rear hatch "looks" faster, but it also measurably cuts into interior cargo volume.

    Hyundai Ioniq 5 Passenger/Cargo/Interior Volumes (cu. ft.)

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    Passenger volume - 106.5 cu. ft.
    Luggage capacity, rear seats upright/folded - 27.2/59.3 cu. ft.
    Total interior volume - 133.7 cu. ft.

    Kia EV6 Passenger/Cargo/Interior Volumes (cu. ft.)

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    Passenger volume - 103.0 cu. ft.
    Luggage capacity, rear seats upright/folded - 24.4/50.2 cu. ft.
    Total interior volume - 127.4 cu. ft.

    Wayne
     
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  5. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Chasing Stars|Powering the new year with the IONIQ 5

    There’s nothing like looking up at the stars. At this time of year, when it gets so dark so early in the Northern Hemisphere, we find ourselves looking to the stars to reflect and to ask life’s big questions. What we are, where do we come from and where are we going? The answers to life’s big questions lie in the stars. After all, we are all made of stardust. When you look at the big picture it helps us to appreciate the beauty of our planet, while also making our own troubles seem small. It’s also the perfect opportunity to reflect and make new and exciting plans for the new year.


    Capturing Constellations with Nicholas Roemmelt

    Nicholas Roemmelt is a German pro landscape and adventurescape photographer. He lives in the heart of the Alps together with his wife and their two dogs. During the week he is a dentist at a local practice but in his free time Nicholas gets out and into the Alps to “capture those very fleeting moments when you are most exposed to nature,” he says.

    Nicholas’s photographic work focuses on starlit landscapes with the Milky Way or the dancing Aurora.
    Finding the darkest spots to see the brightest skies

    In the winter, the sky is at its most clear, perfect for viewing stars, bright planets, or even a shooting star. In the Northern Hemisphere you can see Orion, Taurus, Sirius, Cassiopeia, and the Andromeda Galaxy high on the horizon, and if you’re lucky you may even see the Northern Lights. But these days, urban light pollution can make it hard to stargaze. So, to see the clearest, brightest views, you need to travel further away.

    The Power of the IONIQ 5

    Hyundai helped Nicholas get out into a remote, dark place to take his photos by giving him an IONIQ 5. Not only does the IONIQ 5 have an impressive driving range of up to 430 km, but the V2L function in the car can also supply up to 3.6 kW of power. Using a converter, Nicholas could charge his spare battery and laptop which means he could take even more photos and stay for longer than normal as it’s nice and warm inside the car.

    Top tips for stargazing
    1. Wrap up warm
    2. Download apps like the NASA app or Skyview to find constellations in the night sky
    3. Look for patterns that stand out for you – they don’t have to be official constellations
    4. Join a stargazing tour or event near you
    5. Don’t use a flashlight or your phone’s light, instead make sure you have a light with a red filter
     
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  6. litesong

    litesong litesong

    ….make sure you have a light with red filter…..
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    With all the techy stuff, a dimmable red LED light mounted on your head is sweeter, still. We even made red LED flashlights for sale, 30 years ago.
     
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  7. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hyundai "Leading by Example" Marketing Campaign for the 2022 IONIQ 5

    African American Creative Showcases the Convenience of an Electrified Lifestyle

    Hyundai and its African American marketing agency of record, Culture Brands, have launched a new campaign for the award-winning, all-electric 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5. Building on the OKAY Hyundai theme, the campaign, titled “Leading by Example,” showcases the convenience of an electrified lifestyle.

    Leading by Example | 2022 IONIQ 5


    The OKAY Hyundai marketing theme was first launched last fall and is designed to strengthen the connection between Hyundai and the African American community through the embedding of cultural references and nuances in the creative messaging. “Leading by Example” brings the same approach to demonstrating an electrified lifestyle.

    “Leading By Example” tells the story of Uncle Miles as he picks up his nephew Blake from school for a guys’ night. The IONIQ 5 is the hero of the journey, impressing all of Blake’s friends at school. Showcasing the IONIQ 5’s ultra-fast charging capabilities and innovative vehicle-to-load (V2L) charging technology, the two are off to pick up snacks while the vehicle charges from 10-80% in 18 minutes, before culminating in the vehicle powering an outdoor video game night.
     
  8. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hyundai IONIQ 5 Sweeps World Car of the Year, World Electric Vehicle of the Year and World Car Design of the Year

    All-electric IONIQ 5 honored by World Car Awards at New York International Auto Show in all three categories in which it was nominated

    2022 Hyundai Ioniq

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    It took just months for the all-new 2022 Hyundai Ioniq to be recognized by the following for design above and beyond its competitors.
    • 2022 Top Pick: EV Family by Cars
    • 2022 Green Vehicle of the Year by AutoGuide
    • 2022 EV of the Year by Hispanic Motor Press
    • 2022 UK Car of the Year
    • 2022 Best New Cars by Autotrader
    Adding to the above, the all-new 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 won yet another as it was named overall “World Car of the Year”, “World Electric Vehicle of the Year” and “World Car Design of the Year”.

    IONIQ 5 was recognized by a jury of 102 automotive journalists from 33 countries around the world. The all-bnew BEV was considered alongside 27 competitor models launched in 2021, ultimately claiming victory over other finalists in all three categories in which it was nominated.

    IONIQ 5 is the first model in Hyundai’s dedicated BEV lineup brand to offer 800VV, ultra-fast DCFC charging capabilities for a 10 to 80 percent charge in just 18 minutes and a spacious interior. The unique packaging provides much more space than a traditional vehicle. When equipped with RWD and its 77.4-kWh battery, its maximum driving range on a single charge is 303-miles per the EPA. Its features include Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) technology, advanced connectivity and driver assistance systems that offer the ultimate in-car experience.

    Hyundai is accelerating its electrification strategy to become the world’s leading EV maker. Hyundai plans to introduce 17 new BEV models by 2030, including Genesis luxury brand models, and aims to boost annual global BEV sales to 1.87 million units by 2030.

    IONIQ 5 heralds a new era in Hyundai design, defined by what the brand’s designers call ‘Parametric Dynamics’ with kinetic jewel-like surface details defining the BEV’s visual identity. The crossover’s unique exterior styling is characterized by clean, sharp lines that convey its dynamic presence on the road and distinctive ‘Parametric Pixel’ LED headlamps and rear lamps that leave a lasting impression.

    Inside, IONIQ 5’s ‘Living Space’ interior includes touchpoints using eco-friendly materials and textiles, such as eco-processed leather, sustainable fibers and bio paint, that reflect consumers’ rising interest in ethical, sustainable products.

    Since its global launch last year, IONIQ 5 earned prestigious international honors, including German Car of the Year, UK Car of the Year, Auto Express’ Car of the Year and Auto Bild’s Electric Car of the Year. The model also took the top spot at the first-ever Best Cars of the Year 2021/2022 Awards.

    For World Car of the Year, the jury selected IONIQ 5 from an initial entry list of 28 vehicles, then from three finalists. To be eligible for the category, vehicles must be produced in at least 10,000 units per year, priced below the luxury level in their primary markets, and on sale in at least two major markets on at least two continents at some time between Jan. 1, 2021 – Mar. 30, 2022.

    For World Electric Vehicle of the Year, the jury selected IONIQ 5 from an initial entry list of 11 vehicles, then from three finalists. To be eligible for the category, vehicles must be powered solely by one or more electric motors, produced in volumes of at least 5,000 units per year and on sale in at least two major markets on at least two continents at some time between Jan. 1, 2021 – Mar. 30, 2022.

    For World Car Design of the Year, the panel of six experts from France, Germany, Japan, U.K. and U.S. selected IONIQ 5 from all the contenders competing in the other five award categories. The panel reviewed each vehicle based on style and innovation that pushes established boundaries.

    For 2023, the Europeans will receive the U.S. Ioniq 5s larger 77.4 kWh pack that we received when introduced.

    Wayne
     

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