The Nissan Ioniq 5 Review


Amongst the latest cars on the market, the Nissan Ioniq 5 has a lot to offer. For starters, it comes with a large range of features and benefits. The interior is well-appointed, with soft leather upholstery, air conditioning, and a DVD player. The exterior is also impressive. It features a sleek design and is available in various colors.


Besides the exterior, the interior of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 crossover stands out for its futuristic look and its innovative packaging. This all-electric crossover boasts a spacious cabin that is filled with convenience features. In addition, it’s filled with eco-friendly materials and will be designed to be sustainable. It will also feature a ‘Living Space’ theme.

There are two 12-inch touchscreens in the cabin. One is for the instrument cluster, and the other is for the infotainment system. Each screen is bright and has colorful graphics. The driver’s screen also reflects onto the windshield at night.

A two-spoke steering wheel is expected to be standard in the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It’s a design similar to the Genesis luxury brand. This steering wheel also has paddle shifters.


IONIQ’s exterior is distinctive, and its sleek design is unique among electric cars. On the other hand, the interior features eco-processed leather and sustainable materials.

Hyundai Ioniq is available in six exterior colors. These are Digital Teal Green, Gravity Gold Matte, Atlas White, Cyber Gray, Shooting Star Gray, and Phantom Black.

The interior has a spacious cabin with up to five passengers. This is because the wheelbase is 118 inches. The interior features two large 12.3-inch digital clusters. One displays the gauges, and the other displays the infotainment system. The steering wheel also features audio controls and adaptive cruise control.

Hyundai Ioniq also has a head-up display that can adapt to the driver’s field of view. There are also various connected services for the car, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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Having driven the Ioniq 5, I can say the car feels handy and easy to navigate. It has a low center of gravity, which provides a confident feeling when braking. There’s also a light steering feel, which is very pleasant.

The Ioniq 5 is built on Hyundai’s new Electric-Global Modular Platform (EGMP). The platform has been designed to maximize the interior space. The result is a spacious interior with good visibility. In addition, it has plenty of storage space and a flat floor.

There’s also plenty of room for five people in the Ioniq 5. Its rear passengers get more space than in the ID.4, which is a similar size. The Ioniq 5’s interior is well-equipped and features plenty of modern materials. Its steering wheel has physical buttons and a haptic feel, and its climate control system has buttons that are easy to operate with one hand. The front seats recline and have footrests, too.

EPA estimates for charging

Earlier this year, Hyundai Motor America announced that the Ioniq 5 would be coming to the U.S. by the end of the year. The EPA estimates that the rear-wheel-drive Ioniq 5 can go 303 miles on a single charge. On the other hand, the all-wheel-drive version can go 266 miles on a single mission.

Hyundai is offering the Ioniq 5 in two different battery sizes. The standard rear-wheel-drive version has a 58-kWh battery. The extended range version, however, has a 77.4-kWh battery. As a result, the rear-wheel-drive model is estimated to use 184 Wh/km, and the all-wheel-drive model is expected to employ 296 Wh/km.

Hyundai is promising a fast charging system and has plans for a U.S. manufacturing plant shortly. The company estimates it will sell one million BEV units worldwide by 2025. The Ioniq 5 comes in a single-motor and all-wheel-drive version, and the all-wheel-drive model has a slightly higher MPGe rating. It also has a new preconditioning function.


Considering the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 is an all-electric vehicle, it’s not surprising that it also comes with an industry-leading warranty. Despite its price tag, it comes with a three-year contract, a five-year unlimited mileage warranty, and a ten-year, 100,000-mile battery warranty. Besides, Hyundai’s coverage includes the basics like roadside assistance and free annual health checks. This makes the Hyundai Ioniq 5 an attractive option for those looking to move from a traditional vehicle.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 comes with several standard features, including a 12.3-inch touchscreen display, an augmented reality Head-Up Display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a Blind Spot Monitor, Lane Keep Assist,, and Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist. Additionally, the car features an integrated charging port and a nifty retractable driver footrest.