2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Intro Preview

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  1. xcel

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

    [​IMG] A full on electric with world class specs is just months away.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – May 24, 2021

    2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 BEV Premiere

    Hyundai introduced the all-new IONIQ 5 CUV to U.S. observers. Within the presentation, Hyundai stated the Ioniq 5 is continuing to target 300 miles of all-electric range (AER) despite having just 77.4 kWh of useable Li-Ion traction battery available. The real multiplier here is its best-in-class, ultra-fast charging from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes while on a 350 kW Electrify America High Speed DCFC CCS charger.

    As mentioned previously, the IONIQ 5 rides on Hyundai’s Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) that allows for more interior space and optimized performance. IONIQ 5 is part of Hyundai’s plan to introduce 23 BEV models and sell 1 million BEV units worldwide by 2025. IONIQ 5 goes on sale this fall with a pre-reservation program for early purchasers that offers special benefits.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Exterior Design

    IONIQ 5’s design starts with a skateboard platform on a 118.1” wheelbase, the longest in Hyundai’s U.S. product lineup. It measures 182.5 inches in overall length, 74.4 inches wide and 63.0-inches tall, all on top of the exceptionally long 118.1-inch wheelbase. It also incorporates the brands Parametic design language from the LED lighting elements to the rear LED taillamps. Flush door handles provide the clean sheet styling while improving aerodynamics similar to the Tesla models. If there was a hit, it is the fact that Hyundai decided on using large 20” areo-optimized wheels. Not only are wheels and tires that large heavy hurting range, replacement costs are astronomical vs a std. 16 or 17” tire.


    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Interior Design

    The IONIQ 5’s interior takes full advantage of E-GMP’s nearly flat floor for maximum passenger and cargo space. With the battery pack mounted beneath the floor between the front and rear wheel axles, the flat floor provides more legroom for passengers, while allowing various arrangements for the front and rear seats. As built, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 has 106.5 cu. ft. of passenger volume, 5.4 cu. ft. more than Ford’s Mustang Mach-E at 101.1 cu. ft. and 6.6 cu. ft. larger than VWs ID.4 at 99.9 cu. ft.

    Moving to the cargo volume, the IONIQ 5 provides 27.2 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the second row and 59.3 cubic feet when the second-row seats are folded. For added versatility, the second-row seats can slide forward up to 5.3 inches, recline, and also fold in a 60:40 ratio. Comparing again to the Ford Mustang MachE, the MachE provides 2.5 and .4 more cu. ft. more cargo volume behind the rear seats and with the rear seats folded down respectively.

    A universal central storage center console can slide back and forth 5.5 inches. This movement, flat floor and gear selector located behind the steering wheel allows the driver to enter and exit the cabin on either side when parked in a narrow spot.

    First- and second-row passengers can enjoy the island’s cup holders, 15-watt wireless phone charger and USB ports.

    The shift-by-wire gear selector is easy to use. The driver just rotates it forward for drive and backward for reverse. Park is just a button click. A magnetic board just to the left of the digital cluster is ideal for posting pictures and notes just like on a refrigerator. Hidden cabin ambient lighting brings and surrounding the speaker grilles adds detail.

    IONIQ 5 is also equipped with an electronically adjustable memory driver’s seat that reclines to the optimum angle and has a footrest underneath. Hyundai engineers reduced the thickness of the seats by 30 percent, providing even more space for those seated in the second row. The second-row seats also recline and slide similar to the now defunct Prius v that provides more legroom than midsize SUVs and additional headroom. The sliding second-row also can provide additional luggage space when needed. To give the interior an even greater sense of openness, IONIQ 5’s vision roof consists of one large glass panel without cross members.

    The IONIQ 5 features a Heads-Up Display (HUD) with Augmented Reality (AR) mode. Drivers can choose to use AR technology to project relevant information, such as turn-by-turn navigation, advanced safety and the car’s surroundings nearly 4 feet in front of their line of sight on the road. This allows drivers to process information quickly while keeping their attention on the road ahead. I have never been a fan of HUDs in any vehicle and I doubt that will change with the Ioniq 5s either. They just distract me as they are always in my line of sight.

    Many of its interior surfaces including the seats, headliner, door trim, floor and armrest are constructed from eco-friendly, sustainably sourced materials. These materials include recycled PET bottles, plant-based (bio PET) yarns and natural wool yarns, eco-processed leather with plant-based extracts, and bio paint with plant extracts.


    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Drivetrain

    IONIQ 5 arrives with the 77.4 kWh battery pack powering either front and rear or just rear electric motor. The traction battery’s energy density has been improved by approximately 10 percent over existing EV battery technology meaning the pack is lighter, mounted lower in the body, and liberates even more cabin space as spelled out above.

    The AWD dual motor option produces a combined power output of 320 hp and 446 ft.-lbs. of torque. An IONIQ 5 with this configuration can reach 60 in under 5 seconds. The single-motor layout with a rear motor offers 225 hp and 258 ft.-lbs. of torque.

    The single motor’s maximum driving range on a single 77.4 kWh full charge is still 300 miles. The AWD dual motor SE & SEL models is 269 miles. The Limited AWD has a targeted range of 244 miles. All configurations have a top speed of 115 MPH and can tow a trailer with a capacity of up to 1,500 pounds.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Blazing Fast Charging and its Free for 2 Years!

    IONIQ 5’s E-GMP can support both 400V and 800V charging infrastructures. The platform offers 800V charging standard, and can accommodate 400V charging without the need for additional components or adapters. The multi-charging system is a world’s first patented technology that operates the motor and inverter to boost 400V to 800V.

    From a 350-kW Electrify America charger, the IONIQ 5 can charge from 10 percent to 80 percent in just 18 minutes. If the owner only has five minutes to spare, the IONIQ 5 can reach about 68 miles of range from the same fast charger. The standard 10.9 kW on-board L2 charger completes a full charge in 6 hours and 43 minutes.

    The real kick @$$ piece of the story released today is that Hyundai partnered with Electrify America to support owners of the IONIQ 5 with UNLIMITED 30-minute Charging Sessions for 2 Years from the date of purchase. Hyundai will provide more details about the charging plan when the IONIQ 5 goes on sale in the fall.


    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) Function

    IONIQ 5 also provides V2L function, which allows customers to charge any electric device including electric bicycles, scooters or camping equipment and even another stranded EV. You can tap the 1.9 kW peak power 120V outlet via an optional accessory adaptor that plugs into the exterior charging port. In addition to the outside power outlet, there is a second 120V outlet underneath the back row seat for charging laptops, phones and other devices on the Limited trim.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Infotainment

    IONIQ 5 uses a wide, configurable, dual display featuring a 12” full-touch infotainment screen and hoodless 12” inch digital gauge cluster that can be customized to meet customers’ needs.

    IONIQ 5’s infotainment system provides real-time travel radius mapping based on the current SOC.

    Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard as is Bluetooth w/ multi-connection so two devices can be paired at the same time—one for phone calls and one for streaming audio. The navigation system comes with three years of Bluelink Infotainment/Map updates and I am sure you all know what I think about OEM maps. Google Maps are always better.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Driver Assist and Safety

    IONIQ 5 is equipped with the latest Hyundai SmartSense, advanced driver assistance system. It will offer Highway Driving Assist 2 (HDA 2), Smart Cruise Control with Machine Learning, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA), Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW), High Beam Assist (HBA), and more.

    IONIQ 5’s Highway Driving Assist 2 (HDA 2) makes highway driving more convenient. HDA 2 helps maintain a set distance and speed from the vehicle ahead when driving on a highway. It also helps center IONIQ 5 in the lane, even around a curve by controlling the steering wheel. The system actively responds to close-range low-speed cut-ins by other drivers and will automatically assist lane changes in certain conditions simply by activating the turn signal. HDA 2 also adjusts steering feel according to drive mode.

    Smart Cruise Control (SCC) with Machine Learning tailors the SCC to mimic the driver’s unique tendencies for acceleration and spacing with the vehicle ahead. The system is able to learn the driver’s behavior even when SCC is not activated. By observing the timing and responsiveness of the driver’s acceleration and the following distance maintained, the system can approximate similar behavior when SCC is activated.

    Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) can detect a vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist and can help avoid a collision with any one of them. It includes Junction Turning, Junction Crossing, Lane-Changing Oncoming and Side along with Evasive Steering Assist. FCA with Junction Turning activates the brakes if it detects oncoming traffic when the driver is turning left at an intersection. FCA with Junction Crossing senses vehicles approaching from the side when the driver is going straight through an intersection. FCA with Lane-Change Oncoming and Side makes switching lanes safer. If FCA senses an approaching car that has crossed the center line when the driver is changing lines, it automatically assists with avoidance steering, if there is no danger of secondary accidents. If a potential secondary accident is detected, FCA will only produce a warning. When the FCA system detects a vehicle in the adjacent lane switching into a lane at the same time, avoidance steering is provided.

    Other semi-autonomous driving features include Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA), which adjusts vehicle speed to match the speed limit, and High Beam Assist (HBA), which automatically turns high beams on and off to avoid blinding oncoming drivers.

    While not a safety system perse, can I just lay here and relax for a while? ;)

    IONIQ 5 has several driver attention-related functions to ensure safety at all times by detecting if the driver is drowsy or distracted. Driver Attention Warning (DAW) displays the driver’s attention level and provides a warning when signs of driver inattentiveness are detected and recommends a rest if needed. DAW sounds a warning if the vehicle remains stopped for a long period of time (such as at a traffic signal) and the driver doesn’t react quickly enough when the vehicle ahead starts moving.

    Several functions work in tandem to help avoid collisions in a variety of driving situations. Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) helps avoid collisions at the rear side of the vehicle by using radar to detect other vehicles and applies differential braking, when necessary. BCA is particularly useful in situations such as changing lanes or exiting from parallel parking. Another function, Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM), uses a camera to show the driver views to the left and the right of the vehicle on the cluster screen if the driver indicates to change lanes.

    IONIQ 5 also assures the safety of backseat passengers with Safe Exit Assist (SEA), which helps prevent passengers from stepping out into danger by using radar to detect nearing vehicles. When the occupant opens the door to exit the vehicle after a stop, if an approaching vehicle from the rear side is detected, the system provides a warning. The system also helps keep the rear door closed through operation of the electronic child lock.

    A variety of parking assistance features make parking in a variety of circumstances easier than before. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) allows the driver to remotely park or exit a parking spot from outside the vehicle. This feature works for both parallel and perpendicular parking and can be activated via a button on the vehicle’s smart key.

    Surround View Monitor (SVM) uses an array of strategically located cameras to give the driver a 360-degree view of the area surrounding the vehicle, making it easier to park in tight spaces. Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist (PCA) works to help avoid collisions while backing up. If an obstacle is detected via the rear-view camera or rear ultrasonic sensors, PCA will display a warning and, if necessary, apply the brakes. Similarly, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can display and sound a warning, or apply the brakes, when a car approaches from the left or right side and the driver does not stop.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Connected

    The IONIQ 5 brings in-car credit card payment capabilities to owners via the infotainment screen. In-car credit card payment will be available with major brands and allow drivers to do the following:
    • Find and pay for EV charging
    • Order and pay for food / coffee to go
    • Find, reserve and pay for parking
    IONIQ 5 is also the first Hyundai to offer over-the-air wireless updates for maps and multimedia software. These updates are also available at no charge via Hyundai web portal and are available twice a year in April and October.

    Hyundai Bluelink connected car services allows customers to control their car with their smartphone or voice. New Bluelink features include Connected Routing, Last Mile Navigation and a new User Profile feature.

    The Bluelink app displays the vehicle’s range, battery state and charging times when plugged into public or private charging points. Customers can access an advanced battery management system in order to select charging times that best fit their schedules or their budgets by making the most of off-peak electricity rates.

    Other Bluelink-enabled features include:
    • Remote Profile Management stores selected vehicle settings in the Bluelink cloud, with the ability to remotely update and push back to the vehicle, personalized to driver preferences
    • Remote Start Enhancements offer remote seat heating and ventilation functions as well as preloads of individual driver settings for seating position

    • Vehicle Status Notifications inform customers if the vehicle is left with doors unlocked or windows open

    • POI Send to Car Now with Waypoints is an ability to add up to three-way points to be delivered to the vehicle together and automatically set order of destinations

    • Maintenance Alert Enhancement tracks maintenance intervals in the multimedia system, with ability to reset
    With Remote Charging, IONIQ 5 drivers can start and stop charging with the push of a button on their smartphone app. During colder months, Remote Climate Control allows users to schedule pre-heating of IONIQ 5 while it is connected to an external power source. Not only does this ensure comfort for occupants during the drive, but it also saves battery power that would otherwise be needed to heat the vehicle on the road.

    IONIQ 5’s Dynamic Voice Recognition system accepts simple voice commands to conveniently control cabin A/C, radio, hatch opening/closing, heated steering wheel, heated/cooled seats and other functions. The system can also assist with various points of interest (POI), weather status and stock market data updates.

    IONIQ 5 features a premium Bose sound system. Its eight speakers, including a subwoofer, are strategically placed throughout the vehicle for a high-quality listening experience.

    2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 Initial Availability

    The IONIQ 5 will initially be sold in Hyundai dealerships in the 10 zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) states plus TX, FL., IL, GA., NC, PA, and AZ followed by a broader rollout in 2022. Hyundai is also looking at alternative ownership models to attract and engage first-time EV customers. People are interested in trying EVs, but want to do so in a convenient, low-risk way and are already comfortable using subscriptions to buy goods and services. In the future, Hyundai dealers will offer a simple automobile subscription service for IONIQ shoppers. This subscription service will feature a single, all-inclusive monthly payment, covering the vehicle, insurance and maintenance.

    The Ioniq 5 will be offered in 6 exterior colors including Phantom Black (Pearl), Cyber Gray (Metallic), Atlas White (Solid), Digital Teal (Green Pearl), Lucid Blue (Pearl), and Shooting Star (Gray Matte). The interior will include 3 color options Obsidian Black Monotone, Dark Pebble Gray/Dove Gray, Dark Teal/Dove Gray.

    The introduction of IONIQ 5 is the first step in the company's journey of dedicated electric vehicles. Following IONIQ 5, Hyundai will expand its BEV lineup with IONIQ 6, a midsize electric sedan, and IONIQ 7, a large electric SUV.


    The world seems a lot different than just a decade ago as electrification progress is driving towards us like an unstoppable freight train. With regards to low carbon emitting transportation, in a very good way. :D
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  2. xcel

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

    Hi All:

    Hyundai reported total February sales of 57,044 units, a 9% increase compared with February 2022 and the best February in Hyundai history. This was the fourth consecutive month with a total monthly sales record, led by Elantra (+53%), Kona EV (+753%), Kona N (+42%), Santa Cruz (+9%), Tucson (+13%), and Venue (+17%). February was an all-time best-ever retail and total sales month for the Elantra N (+72%) and Santa Fe HEV (+121%). Hyundai fleet sales were 7% of total volume for the month.

    In terms of the Ioniq 5, it sold in ok numbers YTD but down for the month of February.

    Hyundai Ioniq 5 at the Chicago Auto Show


    With regards to the Ioniq 5, Hyundai sold 2,074 in February of 2023, down 18.8% below the 2,555 sold in February of 2022. YTD, Hyundai has sold 3,622, up 2.2% over the 3,544 sold through the same period of 2022.

    2023 IONIQ 5 Pricing - All Long Range equipped
    • SE RWD/AWD - $45,500/$49,000
    • SEL RWD/AWD - $47,450/$50,950
    • Limited RWD/AWD - $52,600/$56,500
    D&H = $1,335

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  3. seftonm

    seftonm Veteran Staff Member

    Definitely one of my favorite EVs right now
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  4. xcel

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

    Hi All:

    Hyundai is testing its Ioniq 5 N in the extremes of a Swedish winter environment at the Hyundai Mobis Proving ground in Arjeplog, Sweden.

    2024 Hyundai Ioniq N


    Given its position adjacent to the Arctic Circle, the Hyundai Mobis Proving ground in Arjeplog offers everything an automaker needs for comprehensive winter testing, such as low-grip coefficient icy surfaces and deep sub-zero temperatures as low as -22°F. This allows Hyundai engineers to test new models, such as the IONIQ 5 N, in the most extreme low friction conditions to achieve the optimal balance between the car’s responsive ‘fun-to-drive’ character and its ability to perform safely and predictably in sub-zero conditions.

    Hyundai has combined its Electrified-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) with N’s motorsport technologies to raise the bar for electrified high performance.

    The motorsport-inspired 3 pillars of N performance — cornering, racetrack capability, and everyday sportscar. N’s electrification strategy began with the RM20e prototype and Veloster N ETCR race car. Last year, N brand introduced the RN22e, a rolling lab designed to communicate a transfer of N’s electrification experience to the brand’s first production EV, IONIQ 5 N, slated for launch later this year.

    For IONIQ 5 N, N brand engineers have optimized IONIQ 5’s E-GMP’s dual-motor architecture for high performance in all driving conditions including the frozen ice lakes of Arjeplog.

    The IONIQ 5 N will be the first N brand production vehicle with all-wheel drive (AWD). IONIQ 5 N’s includes N Drift Optimizer that integrates front and rear torque distribution, torque rate, suspension stiffness, steering effort and the e-LSD (electronic-Limited Slip Differential) to create a driving mode dedicated for drifting. Why the F would they do this???

    With e-LSD specifically tuned for IONIQ 5 N, the electronic control unit monitors input from wheel sensors to accurately identify when a certain wheel needs extra torque to enhance overall vehicle grip. That means e-LSD improves handling during cornering and high-speed driving on the racetrack as well as during adverse driving conditions, such as slick ice and deep snow. The e- LSD designed specifically for the IONIQ 5 N provides quicker response and accuracy, which are especially important considering the faster reacting torque delivery of EVs compared to ICE vehicles.

    In addition, IONIQ 5 N uses N Torque Distribution that is optimized for different drive modes, allowing the driver to select the torque level to both front and rear wheels. N Torque Distribution and e-LSD work together to distribute power to all four wheels in varying ratios and are specifically designed to quickly respond to the instantaneous and seamless power delivery inherent in EVs — even in extreme low-friction conditions like those found in Arjeplog.

    In conjunction with the winter test, N brand released Hyundai N | IONIQ 5 N Teaser – Episode 1 highlighting the IONIQ 5 N’s corner carving characteristics. The film depicts the IONIQ 5 N drifting toe-to-toe with the Hyundai Motorsport’s i20 N WRC Rally 1 car. The scene is set in blue hour symbolizing the beginning of a new era for N brand as it evolves one step further to the electrified era.

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  5. xcel

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

    Hi All:

    For the 2024 MY, the IONIQ 5 has a few additions not available with the 2023. And the prices have fallen a significant amount in the process as well.


    A new Digital Rearview Mirror arrives standard on the Limited trim that was not available in 2023. All trims now receive a subscription-based Wi-Fi Hotspot, also not available in 2023.

    The big news arrives on the Safety front as the 2024 is now equipped with rear side airbags, rear outboard seatbelt pretensioners and load limiters.

    Also new on the safety front, the steering wheel haptic feedback has been added to both Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) and Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA).

    In terms of pricing, Hyundai is providing new owners with a complimentary Level 2 home charger and up to $600 installation credit when you purchase or lease a new 2024 IONIQ 5.

    And the 2024 Hyundai IONIQ 5 retail pricing “discounts” are noteworthy…
    • 2024 SE Standard Range - $41,450 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $5,000 Discount

    • 2024 SE - $45,500 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $5,000 Discount
    • 2024 SE AWD - $49,000 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $5,000 Discount

    • 2024 SEL - $47,450 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $5,000 Discount
    • 2024 SEL AWD - $50,950 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $5,000 Discount

    • 2024 Limited - $52,600 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $2,000 Discount
    • 2024 Limited AWD - $56,500 (<-- no change from 2023) + $1,335 D&H - new $2,000 Discount
    The $1,335 D&H is unchanged from 2023.

    In California, a $2,000 State Tax Rebate is still available as is HOV Lane Access for three years from time of purchase.

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  6. litesong

    litesong litesong

    Lots of talk about the Ioniq 5 & Ioniq 6, but anything new about the Ioniq 3?
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  7. BillLin

    BillLin PV solar, geothermal HVAC, hybrids and electrics

    Short answer: probably no.

    Here's Google AI's take.


    Here's an article that has a grand title claiming to name every EV coming in the short term.


    My quick scan of the article says nothing there that likely meets your requirements, not even the remade Bolt EV.
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  8. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    I'm going to talk to the dealer I actually like , and see if he can find me a Kona Electric, SE trim.
    It may not exist.
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  9. BillLin

    BillLin PV solar, geothermal HVAC, hybrids and electrics

    Agree, may not exist. An auto purchase app shows no Kona EV until I increased the radius from Chicago to 150 miles, and then 2 Limiteds showed up. You need to move. :D
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  10. litesong

    litesong litesong

    Yeah, Hyundai dealers & sales-people are generally better & I think the Kona is short enough to get the Washington state Ferry "short vehicle discount". Any Great Lakes Ferry's "short vehicle discount" would probably save bunches of money more than Salish Sea (Puget Sound) travels. I love ferry travel! Possible sightings of Orca Whales, jellyfish & other mammals & fish. Once, our ferry got within a mile of a nuclear submarine. My binoculars showed a commander & sailors on the conning tower, as it moved across in front of our ferry! Of course, on clear days, grand views to Mount Baker & Mount Rainier are had.
    Come to Washington state & enjoy our ferries....like I have for 60 years! Oh, yeah, there are a few other things to do in WA state.
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2023
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  11. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    We don't need ferries here.
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  12. litesong

    litesong litesong

    But, those up in Wisconsin got ferries, whether they "need" them or not! ;):cool:
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  13. xcel

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

    Hi All:

    Not quite a "Hot Deal" but the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 is closing in on an ICE only price.


    Customers considering a 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 via Cash Purchase between 02/21 and 02/29 when taken from dealer stock can pick one up for the following prices.

    Ioniq 5 SE (std. range) - $41,800 + $1,375 D&H - $7,500 Bonus Cash = $35,675 + TTL
    Ioniq 5 SE - $45,850 + $1,375 D&H - $7,500 Bonus Cash = $39,725 + TTL
    Ioniq 5 SEL - $47,400 + $1,375 D&H - $7,500 Bonus Cash = $41,275 + TTL
    Ioniq 5 Ltd. - $53,500 + $1,375 D&H - $7,500 Bonus Cash = $47,375 + TTL

    2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Lease

    Ioniq 5 SE (std. range) - $242/mo with $3,507 down
    Ioniq 5 SE - $299/mo with $3,499 down
    Ioniq 5 SEL - $326/mo with $3,506 down
    Ioniq 5 Ltd. - $409/mo with $3,504 down

    A 2024 SE in RWD trim offers a 303-mile range can be picked up for $39,725 + TTL. Again, while not a Hot Deal, it shows Hyundai has $7,500 available today. At this price, I would forgo the 24 VW ID.4 with its $7,500 Fed TC since the Ioniq 5 offers more. More range, faster charging, better appearance, and better infotainment. Except now, it offers more for an even lower price.

    2024 Hyundai Ioniq SE RWD - $35,675 incl. D&H.
    2024 VW ID.4 Pro RWD - $37,390 incl. D&H and only if you qualify for the $7,500 Fed TC.

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  14. xcel

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

    Hi All:

    The 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 will soon be built at the Kia Georgia plant which could allow buyers access to the $7,500 Fed Tax Credit as well.

    2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5N


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