Long-range models start at $44,875, arrives later this month
We just recently drove the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5, and also our full first drive review is coming later this week. One piece of details we didn’t have at the moment was its price. Now, Hyundai has actually announced Ioniq 5 pricing for all three trims in both back- and also four-wheel drive, in addition to pricing for the standard-range version that will certainly show up later on. Prices starts at $40,925, which includes $1,225 in location charges, but does not make up the offered $7,500 government tax obligation credit rating or various other neighborhood incentives.
The initial designs ahead readily available later this month will be long-range versions, with a 77.4-kilowatt-hour battery great for 303 miles of driving on a cost for rear-drive versions, or 256 miles with four-wheel drive. The RWD variation makes use of a single electric motor offering 225 horse power and also 258 pound-feet of torque. The dual-motor, AWD Ioniq 5 supplies an overall of 320 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque. The conventional variety SE RWD, with a 58-kWh battery, 168 hp and 220 miles of driving array, is expected in spring 2022.
The Ioniq 5 will can be found in three trim levels: SE, SEL and also Limited. The rate break down complies with:
- SE RWD Standard Range: $40,925
- SE RWD: $44,875
- SE AWD: $48,375
- SEL RWD: $47,125
- SEL AWD: $50,625
- Limited RWD: $51,825
- Limited AWD: $55,725
The Ioniq 5 SE comes criterion with 800-volt, 350-kW fast-charging ability, Hyundai’s Highway Drive Help suite with stop-and-go adaptive cruise control and machine learning, a 12.3-inch tool display screen as well as 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigating, Android Car and Apple CarPlay, Hyundai’s Bluelink connected cars and truck technology, as well as a variety of energetic safety features. Likewise included is 2 years of totally free 30-minute charging sessions on the Electrify America network.
Going up to the SEL trim includes Highway Drive Help II, which adds attributes like automated lane adjustment and a lane placing system that readjusts the Ioniq’s lane placement if crowded by another vehicle driver. The SEL likewise includes leatherette seating, ambient indoor lights, power folding side mirrors, a warmed guiding wheel and power liftgate.
The Minimal trim includes 20-inch wheels, a big sunroof, a head-up display screen with increased fact, Bose stereo, surround and blind-spot cams as well as remote clever vehicle parking assist.
Tune in later today for our complete review of the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5.