When it comes to electric vehicles, there are a lot of options out there these days. But the Hyundai Ioniq 5 stands out from the crowd with its unique combination of retro-futuristic styling and versatile ‘jack of all trades’ design. As an electric crossover-sized hatchback, the Ioniq 5 offers plenty of space and functionality for daily driving, while still being small enough to maneuver easily through city streets. And with its advanced technology features, you’ll be able to enjoy a smooth and convenient ride no matter where you go. So whether you’re commuting to work, running errands, or taking a weekend road trip, the Ioniq 5 is sure to impress with its bold looks, capable performance, and overall excellence as an everyday driver.
One thing that immediately stood out to me about the Hyundai Ioniq 5 was its striking and unusual exterior design. With its retro-futuristic styling, the car has a very distinctive look that sets it apart from other electric vehicles on the market. The Ioniq 5 is also quite wide – in fact, it’s 10 centimeters wider than my Audi S4 estate – and this is reflected in the car’s proportions and details, such as the 20-inch wheels and standard aspect ratio tires. While the car may appear somewhat small from a distance, up close it becomes apparent just how large the Ioniq 5 really is. However, despite its size, the car’s designers have done a good job of making everything fit together nicely and avoiding any awkward or oversized elements. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 has a confident and eye-catching appearance that will surely appeal to many drivers.
As far as practicality goes, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 does not disappoint. One notable feature is the presence of a front trunk, or ‘frunk,’ which provides a modest amount of storage space. At just 57 liters, the Ioniq 5’s frunk is one of the smaller ones on the market, but it’s still handy for storing smaller items like groceries or personal belongings. Meanwhile, the main cargo area offers a generous 527 liters of space, and with the rear seats folded down, this expands to almost 1,600 liters. However, one potential issue with the Ioniq 5’s boot space is the lack of vertical height, as the boot floor is quite high. This can make it a little challenging to fit larger items into the car. Nevertheless, for general everyday use, the Ioniq 5’s boot space should be sufficient for most people’s needs. The car’s practicality is a strong point, and it’s easy to see why it would be a good choice for families or individuals who need a reliable and functional vehicle.
In summary, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a highly competent and attractive electric vehicle that offers a great balance of style, features, and performance. From its striking retro-futuristic design to its spacious and versatile interior, there’s a lot to appreciate about this car. And thanks to its advanced battery-electric powertrain, the Ioniq 5 delivers excellent efficiency and range, making it a solid choice for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint without sacrificing convenience. If you’re interested in learning more about this innovative vehicle, I encourage you to check out my full video review, where I dive deeper into the Ioniq 5’s features and capabilities.