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Hyundai has revealed that the Ioniq 5 will have AWD, Dual Motor, Solar Roof & Up to 550 km Range (WLTP). This and other official specifications were made available to people in Austria that pre-ordered 1st Edition models.

Specifications
Technical data:
Electric motor power: 230 kW / 313 PS
Drive: All-wheel drive
Standard range according to WLTP 450 km
Acceleration: 5.2 sec 0 - 100 km / h
Charging processes:
Schuko socket 1-phase up to 2, 3 kW
wallbox at home 1- or 3-phase up to 11 kW
AC accelerated charging at a public charging station up to 11 kW
DC fast charging in 15 minutes from 20% to 80% charging capacity possible thanks to 800 V technology

Dimensions:
length 4,640 mm
width 1,890 mm
Height 1,600 mm,
wheelbase 3,000 mm
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The solar roof available for some versions of the Ioniq 5 is indicated as being the same as for the Sonata Hybrid. This would mean specifications like 204 Wp (here the unit Wp is Watt peak, which is the maximal power level in Watt it can deliver) based on cells with 22.8% efficiency, which is quite high. For the Sonata, based on Korean statistics it is estimated to provide an advantage in efficiency of about 7% or free extra driving distance per year of 1300 km. This can be a bit more when the car is parked for 24 hours a day outside.

If these numbers translate well to the Ioniq 5, the 7% would mean that for example, on average a range of 450 km could become more than 480 km. Of course, this also depends on how intensively the car is used: less intensive means a relatively higher %, more intensive means a relatively lower %. In addition, it depends on climate circumstances that may differ from Korea.

For example, in the Netherlands, a solar panel of 200 Wp is expected to deliver at most 0.2 times 1000 kWh = 200 kWh per year. When it is positioned flat this will provide a reduction of about 15%, so then the car can produce about 170 kWh per year. If you drive by 8 km/kWh (= 12.5 kWh/100km), this gives about 1400 km per year, which is about the same as estimated for the Sonata.

 

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We have to keep in mind that the 7% increase in range for the Sonata Hybrid is 7% additional charge to a very small hybrid battery, and doesn't translate into a 7% increase to the large EV battery for the Ioniq 5. I would expect about the same 1300 km added range total for the year in the best conditions, with significant reduction in most everyday usage.
 

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I don't think they estimate the 7% only for the electric part of the driving but for the MPG of the overall driving.
 

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In another Ioniq 5 forum, there was a question about the space in the Ioniq 5. The picture from Hyundai below shows how space is divided, with priority for space for the front and rear passengers. If the proportions in this picture are correct, then roughly estimated the floor behind the rear seats is about 1 meter long and with rear seats down behind the front seats, it is about 2 meters long.
 

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450 km range sounds really nice, as does AWD and 15 min charging [20% --> 80%]. Wow
 

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Some news about the batteries of the Ioniq 5 from Etnews from Korea (in the context of bidding for the Ioniq 7 batteries):
It is reported that SK Innovation is participating in the bidding process with its NCM9½½ (90% nickel, 5% cobalt, 5% manganese) batteries. Hyundai Motor Company’s primary production of EV batteries for Ioniq 5 involves SK Innovation’s NCM811 batteries. SK Innovation is also looking to supply its NCM9½½ batteries to Hyundai for Ioniq 7 as well.
This explains more about SK Innovation's NCM811 battery for the Ioniq 5 and the trend to high Ni batteries:
SK Innovation is planning to develop an electric vehicle (EV) battery that uses 98% nickel, TheElec learned on Tuesday. The South Korean energy giant has recently finalized a road map up to the year 2030 to develop next-generation batteries that dramatically increase the portion of nickel. The company will also launch a battery with zero cobalt. SK Innovation’s NCM811 (nickel, cobalt and manganese in around 8 to 1 to 1 ratio) batteries have nickel slightly over 80%. The company’s NCM9½½ batteries, meanwhile, have around 88% nickel. SK Innovation is planning to begin mass production of these in 2023. The goal by 2030 is to increase nickel portion to 98%. (THE ELEC, Korea Electronics Industry Media)
 

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@Jan Treur I wanted to thank you for all the information you have posted on the Ioniq 5. I have become aware this upcoming model from Hyundai only recently and am impressed with all that i have read about its development and capabilities. I hope that it will be available in the US.
 

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There is some news from the Hyundai Headquarters in Norway:
About. 1400kg. trailer weight.
Approved for roof load.
See here, post #64 of Arthur this afternoon.
 

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A better look inside:




See here.
 
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