I think those of you who wrote that the model 3 will be a serious impediment to Ioniq 5 success are correct. In the US there's a great tax incentive to buy a new model like the Ioniq 5, and the Model 3, has already sold so many, that the federal tax incentive dried up for that model. The problem I've observed is, auto makers like Hyundai jack up their prices to 'soak up' that tax incentive for themselves. IF Hyundai does that with the Ioniq 5, and the stickers come in the the mid $50s, I will be buying a NEW Model 3 OR a CPO Ioniq 5 when they come back from lease. The 28kW 2019 Ioniq I just bought with 13.7k miles was only $17k plus tax... WELL UNDER the sticker price in the low $30s... Resale value is not stellar IMO... and consider what the 'trade in' value would have been on my car when it came back from lease.