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Been lurking the forum for a while. Finaly ordered a RWD Ioniq5 Advanced with comfort package in Mystic Olive-Green. So exited to enter the EV world!

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Thanks @Will DaBeast . I'm good. But I'll be better once I have USA pricing for the IONIQ 5 and actually have the opportunity to purchase one. Waiting is hard!
Yeah, no kidding. I have 3 EV's I have my eye on. One which is being delivered now, ID.4 AWD, and one which has pricing but not available yet, Q4 E-Tron 50 and of coarse the Ioniq 5 which is my first choice. Luckily, I guess, the finances aren't quite in place yet so waiting is really my only choice. Just would be nice to know the price so I can either focus on getting there or give up and move on.
 

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The Hyundai IONIQ5 community seems to covers a wide range of countries.

To get a better idea of where everyone is from, post your country and state/province below. Let's keep a tally by adding every new country and state/province to what the person above posted and increase the number on the left if it's new.


State: New York
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The Hyundai IONIQ5 community seems to covers a wide range of countries.

To get a better idea of where everyone is from, post your country and state/province below. Let's keep a tally by adding every new country and state/province to what the person above posted and increase the number on the left if it's new.


State: New York
Country:USA
Cheers from the Southern California area of the USA. I live in Palm Springs, a part of Coachella Valley.
This is a desert and gets very warm in the summer, up to 120F/48.9C So I am reading all of the posts
and videos to see how my future Ioniq 5 might fare here. I have a reservation for a Limited model.
 

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Cheers from the Southern California area of the USA. I live in Palm Springs, a part of Coachella Valley.
This is a desert and gets very warm in the summer, up to 120F/48.9C So I am reading all of the posts
and videos to see how my future Ioniq 5 might fare here. I have a reservation for a Limited model.
We are in Tucson. Been driving a Bolt for 3 years. Just a little less hot in the summer. But we can get to 120F a few times. Battery chemestry in Bolt and Ioniq 5 I believe to be similar. I have had no problems with the Bolt as it also has liquid cooling. Same for the Tesla owners here.
 

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I got this in my email. Maybe pricing will be part of this event.

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Edward,


Get a detailed and interactive look at the all-new IONIQ 5 on Hyundai Showroom Live where you can chat with a Hyundai Product Specialist. The IONIQ 5 EV will be featured Thursday, October 21, 8 AM - 12 PM PDT. The chat will start on HyundaiUSA.com.

To see this first-of-its-kind EV in person, join us at the Electrify Expo:

Miami, FL
Oct 16-17, 2021
Miami Marine Stadium


Austin, TX
Nov 12-14, 2021
Circuit of The Americas

Buy tickets now at https://www.electrifyexpo.com/.

The 2022 IONIQ 5 will be available in Winter 2021 and will only be sold in AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, IL, ME, MD, MA, NJ, NY, OR, PA, RI, TX, VT, VA, and WA. Additional state availability coming in Spring/Summer 2022.


Finally, please remember, your pre-reservation deposit gives you early visibility into incoming inventory of the 2022 IONIQ 5, but is not a vehicle order or purchase, does not guarantee availability of the requested configuration and package options, or delivery of the vehicle.*


As always, stay on the lookout for more updates and please reach out with questions. 844.966.3434.


Thank you,
Hyundai Motor America


*See Insider Reservation Program Terms and Conditions for more information
 
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