The Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE Standard Range will have a 58kWh battery pack and a range of 354 kilometres.
Hyundai has also revealed the price of the Ioniq 5 EV in the United States, ahead of its launch in 2022.
Hyundai has revealed that its flagship electric SUV, the Ioniq 5, will be available in the United States with a 58kWh battery pack option in addition to the 77.4kWh battery pack, giving customers a variety of drive options to suit their needs. The SE Standard Range of the Ioniq 5 will start at $39,700, with a 58kWh battery pack and a range of 354 kilometres, and will cost $32,200 after the $7,500 electric vehicle tax credit.
The Ioniq 5 SE with a 77.4 kWh battery pack will start at $43,65, but after the federal tax credit, it will be $36,150. Customers can choose between two electric motor layouts for the Ioniq 5, either a rear-only option or an all-wheel-drive option with both front and rear motors.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 will go on sale in the United States in early 2022, with seven different versions across three trim levels. Each of these trims will come standard with a single rear motor, but dual-motor all-wheel drive will be available as an option. As Hyundai expands its commitment to electrified vehicles, the model is the first EV from the company’s dedicated EV brand, Ioniq.
Hyundai revealed the Ioniq 5’s official Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rated range last week. On a single charge, the electric crossover utility vehicle has a certified range of more than 480 kilometres. The all-wheel-drive version has a shorter range, estimated at 411 kilometres before requiring recharging.
Hyundai has also announced that it will launch up to six electric cars in India over the next seven years, with the flagship EV Ioniq 5 EV likely among them. The Ioniq 5 EV was also recently on display at Hyundai’s India headquarters in Gurugram, as well as at the Auto Expo last year.