The all-electric Hyundai Ioniq5 shares its architecture with the Kia EV6 but the two have wildly different personalities. Looking for a comfortable throwback utility vehicle from the future? Your search is over. The all-wheel drive Ioniq5 EV goes 256 miles on a charge, can juice up from 10-80% in the right conditions and will dust a Volkswagen GTI in the straights. It even pulls out of a parking space with no one in the car. Tom Voelk checks out the Ioniq5 AWD Limited in Phantom Black and finds a comfortable roomy EV with an airy cabin. It’s an electric vehicle worth waiting for.
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00:00 Intro 1:22 Overview and Pricing 2:13 Basic Charging 3:09 Powertrain 4:20 Driving Dynamics 8:08 Interior 10:03 High Speed Charging 11:22 Back Seat 12:43 Smart Park 13:13 Design 14:10 Cargo 15:28 Red Light Green Light 16:32 Summary 17:39 Epilogue 18:20 Quote Service 18:48 Fun Fact