Hyundai will reveal the Ioniq 5’s prices during the 2023 Auto Show, which will also showcase the Ioniq 6 electric car.

As many of its vehicles are scheduled to be displayed at the upcoming Auto Expo in Greater Noida next week, Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) is anticipated to make a significant impression. The South Korean car giant will use the prestigious motor show as an occasion to reveal the prices for the Ioniq 5 luxury electric engine, whose formal reservations have already begun.

The unique E-GMP skateboard construction serves as the foundation for the Hyundai Ioniq 5, which has garnered praise all over the world. It may cost between Rs. 45 and 50 lahks in India, making it less expensive than its brother, the Kia EV6 (ex-showroom). It has a tonne of amenities both inside and out and can be ordered with RWD.

The Ioniq 5 for India has a solitary electric generator with a maximum output of 217 horsepower and 350 Nm, and a 72.6 kWh battery pack will power it. It claims to have a 631 km cruising capability on a single battery charge and can recharge from 10% to 80% in 18 minutes. A hybrid engine will accompany the 2022 World Car of the Year.

The recent international premiere of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 puts it in competition with vehicles like the Tesla Model 3. It shares several features with the Ioniq 5, such as the pedestal, and sports a vintage aesthetic with contemporary touches. While these two EVs are established, it has yet to be discovered if Hyundai will unveil a concept vehicle that is close to commercialization and gives a sneak peek at a forthcoming mini SUV.

The five-seater has already been seen evaluating a few times and will compete against the Tata Punch when it is released in late 2023. It will be built on the same chassis as the Grand i10 Nios and have a 1.2-litre NA petrol engine with MT and AMT transmission options. Hyundai will also bring the Nexo fuel cell electrified vehicle as an automation showcase.

Along with the Hyundai SPOT, a miniature prototype showcasing its transportation innovation, etc., Hyundai’s ADAS (Advanced Drive Assistance System)-based innovations will also be on exhibit.


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