The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the first vehicle to be based on Hyundai-KIAs new Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) featuring an 800V powertrain architecture. Among other OEM specifications, the impressive fast charging time and consumption values make the IONIQ 5 a candidate to be the benchmark mid-sized sports utility electric vehicle. But will real-world performance match Hyundai’s claims?
In this free webinar, AVL’s Georg Schrank evaluate the IONIQ 5’s overall performance and discuss how it measures up to its rivals.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Does the Hyundai IONIQ 5 set the benchmark for mid-sized sports utility electric vehicles?
- Overview of the technologies featured in the IONIQ 5, including a decouplable front e-motor to provide the best balance between performance and efficiency, vehicle to load function, and an inverter that acts as an HV-booster
- Can Hyundai keep its promise of performing a 10-80% DC charge in 18 minutes?
- How does the IONIQ 5 manage to achieve such a high driving efficiency?