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Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

Battery Electric
|
195
miles EV range
|
Starting at
TBD
70000
(est.)
*This vehicle is not yet available. Information on this page may be estimated.
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Our Take

Our take

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 has always been the kind of EV that'll win your heart, but it hasn't necessarily been the kind that would make your heart race. That is, until Hyundai's racing division got their hands on it. The result is this: the IONIQ 5 N, the first EV to wear the N performance badge and a showcase for a LOT of ideas about what it means to be a performance EV.

Let's be clear: this isn't just an IONIQ 5 with more power, although it IS an IONIQ 5 with more power. 641 horsepowers to be exact (when including its N Boost mode), and 545 lb-ft of torque. That's twice as powerful as the fastest non-N version, for those keeping track.

Speaking of the track, this car was built with them in mind, which puts it into a rare class of EV. The chassis, steering, brakes, suspension, battery, wheels, tires, axles, motors, radiators, aero and software have ALL been enhanced to provide a more exciting, confident, communicative experience for the driver. This car has a drift mode, as well as something called "N Pedal" which uses more-aggressive regenerative braking combined with a more sensitive throttle response to rebalance the weight of the car under braking. It has sharper and faster turn-in and - get this - a system that reads the road signs and when it sees a curvy-road indicated ahead, reminds you that it's time to play.

If you're the type to miss the noises of internal combustion, Hyundai has really gone the extra mile for you. Here they've introduced synthetic engine sounds (among other soundtracks like fighter jets), and even gone as far as to simulate the sensation of shifting gears - burbles on overrun included. It's not just sound effects either, the car will simulate the power band and red line of internal combustion and jolt you as if running through an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

And so this IONIQ 5 N is unlike anything else on the road right now, and it might just prove to be regular at your local track day.

What we love

  • Looks and feels premium inside and out
  • Legitimate track-focused upgrades
  • Driver-focused in ways few EVs are right now

What we don't

  • We could do without the fake engine noises and fake shifting sensations. Let's let the past be the past, and celebrate something new instead.

EV Vitals

195
TBD
-
mi
EV Range
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Our Take
350
TBD
kW
Peak Charge Rate
Why Charge Rate Is Important

Would you rather charge for 20 minutes, or an hour? That's essentially what charge rate comes down to, how much time you'll spend at the plug. Different EVs are capable of charging at different speeds, so it's important to understand what your car's "Peak" or "Max" Charge Rate is. Charge rate is measured in Kilowatts (kW) and in 2023, the average peak charge rate is about 150kW. The fastest EVs charge at 250kW and above. Plug-In Hybrids will charge much slower. What does this mean for actual charge times? Well there's a little more to it...

Learn more about Charge Speed
TBD
MPGe
Efficiency
MPG in hybrid mode
What is MPGe?

MPGe or Miles Per Gallon Equivalent, is a way to compare the relative efficiency of cars using different types of energy. MPGe says there is 33.7 kWh of energy in a single gallon of gas, so we'll use that equivelency to compare to cars using kWh of energy from gas, batteries, or both.

Learn more about MPGe and efficiency
MPG in hybrid mode
If you see a number for "MPG in hybrid mode" on this vehicle page, that's the average gas mileage one can expect AFTER this vehicle's hybrid battery has been depleted. When the battery is used, a plug-in hybrid will operate more like a "full hybrid". For more on the different types of hybrids, check out this article.

Charge times

Charge times are estimated, and based on charging to 80% capacity. Real-world times may vary significantly based on available amperage and environmental conditions.
Learn more about how to anticipate charge times
Level 1
"Plug it into the wall like a toaster"
TBD
Hours
Level 2
Upgraded home plug, or public station
7
TBD
Hours
DC Fast
Public rapid charging
N/A
TBD
18
minutes

Compatible Charging

Learn about the different types of EVSE (charging stations)
Green checkmark
SAE CCS
SAE CCS
Green checkmark
J-1772
J-1772
Green checkmark
Tesla
Green checkmark
CHAdeMO
Caution icon
SAE CCS
Caution icon
J-1772
Caution icon
Tesla (select locations, may require adapter)
Tesla
Caution icon
Red X
SAE CCS
Red X
J-1772
Red X
Tesla
Red X
CHAdeMO

Available EV features

  • DC Fast Charging
  • One Pedal Drive
  • Preconditioning
  • Adjustable Regenerative Braking
  • Heat pump (optional)
  • Vehicle to Load (power external devices)

Green checkmark
DC Fast Charging
Green checkmark
DC Fast Charging

3rd party reviews

FEDERAL EV TAX CREDIT

Not Currently Eligible
This vehicle does not currently qualify for the U.S. federal Clean Vehicle Tax Credit.
Additional EV incentives may be available from your state or local utility company

additional Specs

Powertrain:
Battery Electric
Drivetrain:
AWD
Body Style:
Hatchback
,
SUV
Seating:
5
Total Driving Range (gas + electric):
195
Miles
Total Electric Range:
195
Miles
TBD
Battery Capacity:
84.0
kW
TBD
Engine:
N/A
0-60 mph:
3.25
Seconds
TBD
Output:
641
hp
TBD
Torque:
545
lb-ft
TBD

Other variants

We've listed other variants only if they affect this vehicle's EV range, performance or efficiency. Additional variants or trim levels may be available.
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