Does Hyundai’s spacious electric crossover live up to the hype?
Making a splash in the world of electric vehicles, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is very much a car of the future.
This deceptively sizeable crossover combines the best of Hyundai’s history and their big ambitions for the future. Donning its proverbial hat to the Hyundai Pony - the manufacturer's first mass-produced car of the 1970s - it has taken styling cues to create a refined finish that looks equally as futuristic as it does retro.
We’ve been out in the Premium, 73kWh model to see how well it drives, how spacious it is and to decide whether or not it lives up to all the excitement that surrounds it.
What did we drive?
Model: Premium 73kWh 2WD + V2L
Power: Electric (217PS)
Colour: Shooting Grey (Matt)
Wheels: 19inch alloys
OTR from: £37,420
Price of model driven: £43,420