Hyundai Ioniq 5: This Electric Car can go 480KM on a Single Charge

Hyundai will begin taking bookings for its new IONIQ 5 Electric Crossover in the Indian market on December 20, 2022. This will be the company's second electric vehicle in the country, and it will debut at the 2023 Auto Expo.

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Book Hyundai IONIQ 5 Today: India’s second largest car maker Hyundai India will launch the IONIQ 5 electric car today, 20 December 2022. On this date, the company will begin pre-booking.

It will be the company’s second electric car in the country following the Hyundai Kona Electric, expected in 2023. IONIQ 5 uses the Kia EV6’s e-GMP platform. Modern battery system gives the car better range and faster charging.

Best for Heavy duty

Many electronic devices are compatible with the battery pack included with the Hyundai IONIQ 5. A charging control device mounted on the platform charges both the high voltage and auxiliary batteries.

The new IONIQ 5’s e-GMP platform can be used in a wide range of vehicle sizes, and many alterations can be made to the interior packaging. This is due to its flat floor, small cockpit, and flexible yet large cabin.

Fast Charging 80 percent in just 18 min

According to Hyundai, the e-GMP platform for electric vehicles has been specially developed for improved cornering performance and driving stability with improved driving dynamics.

The platform helps distribute weight between the front and rear wheels, increasing speed. This is why this car has a top speed of 185 km/h.

It also has 5-link suspension and a 350 kW DC charger that can charge the battery up to 80% in just 18 minutes. Depending on the variant, this car can provides range up to 480 km on a single charge.

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Hello, Harsh G here, the Head of EVsInsider. I completed an ITI (Industrial Training Institute) course in 2021. I am a blogger and also working here as an admin. I am very much fascinated by electric vehicles. I hope that by writing this article, I can share my knowledge of EVs with the rest of the world, particularly in India. Because EVs are the future, we should support green motors in order to save the environment.
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