Hyundai has decided to offer an affordable standard range version of the Ioniq 5 in America.
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 U.S. Specs Revealed, Include 300-Mile Range
The Ioniq 5 is Hyundai’s first electric vehicle built using the E-GMP platform, which is the latest from Hyundai and the price is finally verified.
A press announcement from Hyundai confirms its Ioniq 5 could set you up to $39,700 or $54,500, based on the version you select (via the EV Pulse).
While Hyundai recently announced that the Ioniq 5 has an EPA-rated range of 300 miles, the option is available only on certain models (which we’ll cover in this article).
It’s important to remember that the prices shown here do not include the $1,225 cost for the destination.
The Base SE Standard RANGE is the cheapest of the bunch, but won’t be available until next year.
Versions of Hyundai Ioniq 5
There are seven versions on Ioniq 5, and three trim options: SE, SEL and Limited.
The basic SE Standard Range is the most affordable of them all and includes a 168-horsepower (HP) back motor as well as a 58kWh battery expected to last for 220 miles on a fully charge. This model is scheduled to be available during the spring of next year.
The rest of the line is equipped with a larger 77.4kWh battery and an option of the rear wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) drivetrains.
The AWD models are more costly and have dual motors besides having the capacity of 320HP, with an EPA estimated distance of 250 miles.
But the RWD models are powered by an engine of 225HP that is expected to last for 303 miles on one charge.
The mid-priced Ioniq SE costs $43,650 for the RWD version , and $47150 for its AWD equivalent. The SEL comes with a $45,900 price mark for the RWD version, and $49,400 on the AWD version.
At the top of the spectrum, if you buy the Ioniq Limited RWD will cost you $55,600, while the AWD version costs $54,500.
Contrary to that of the SE Standard Range, the remaining models will arrive later in the month.
Despite the differences in price the trims all offer 350kW DC rapid charging.
It also comes with the “vehicle-to-load” system that allows you to charge electronic devices and small appliances and even juice other EVs.
It’s also important to bear your eyes on the fact that you could get up to $7500 in tax credits after buying an Ioniq which makes its cost even more affordable.
Price and Range For the Hyundai Ioniq 5 Variants
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE Standard Range RWD||US$39,700||168HP, 220-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE RWD||US$43,650||225HP, 303-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE AWD||US$47,150||320HP, 256-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 SEL RWD||US$45,900||225HP, 303-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 SEL AWD||US$49,400||320HP, 256-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited RWD||US$50,600||225HP, 303-mile range|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited AWD||US$54,500||320HP, 256-mile range|