- 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Price and Features
- The updated electric SUV gets new tech, more power and increased driving range.
- Available from this month.
gave 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Detailed for Australia, the mid-size electric SUV is getting more tech, power and driving range.
This is headlined by a new flagship grade, the Epiq, which gains digital side mirrors, a heat pump, and battery conditioning – all features not previously available in Australia.
Debuting earlier than the Ioniq 6 electric sedan, the digital side mirrors use a pair of OLED displays in the cabin, offering improved “driver’s view in all conditions” and reduced aerodynamic drag.
The heat pump consumes less energy than a conventional electric heating system, while the battery conditioning system will be activated in cold weather or if a DC charger is plugged into the navigation system for “DC charging and improved driving performance”. will
However, the carryover has seen price hikes for the Dynamiq and Techniq variants, which were last updated just three months ago, increasing by around $2000.
This is complemented by a larger 77.4kWh lithium-ion battery – up from 72.6kWh – enabling a WLTP-rated driving range of 507km, an increase of 26km.
In addition, single-motor RWD and dual-motor AWD versions get more power, and a revised ride and handling tune improves wheel control, bump absorption and body control.
Hyundai Australia has confirmed that the next batch of Ioniq 5 Dynamic and Techniq models will be released on Wednesday, October 26 at 1:00pm AEDT. It will consist of 200 vehicles and, like earlier, will not be available in the Northern Territory.
The range-topping Epic will be available in a later release before the end of 2022.
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Price
Prices exclude on-road costs.
|Ioniq 5 Dynamiq RWD||$72,000||+$2010|
|Ioniq 5 Techniq AWD||$79,500||+$2000|
|Ioniq 5 Epiq AWD||$85,000||new|
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Features
|19-inch alloy wheels with Michelin Primacy 4 235/55 tires|
|12.3-inch infotainment system|
|Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto|
|Eight-speaker Bose audio system|
|12.3-inch digital instrument cluster|
|Augmented Reality Heads Up Display|
|Vehicle loading function (in and out)|
|Heated 12-way power front seats with memory|
|Heated steering wheel|
|Environmental leather interior|
|LED head and tail lights.|
Besides technique, dynamic
|20-inch alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport EV 255/45 tires|
|Premium ‘comfort’ front seats with heating and ventilation|
|Rear door sunroof|
|Heated steering wheel|
|Heated power rear seats.|
|25 liter front under-bonnet cargo capacity.|
Apart from Epiq, Techniq
|Roof of vision|
|Digital side mirrors|
|Battery conditioning system.|
Powertrains, charging, and driving range
Under the skin, the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 has a 77.4kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with increased cell count delivering 697 volts, up from 653 volts.
As before, it has an 800-volt electrical architecture with 350 kW ultra-fast charging.
The entry-level Dynamiq is powered by a single motor mounted on the rear axle, producing 168kW and 350Nm – up from 160kW.
Its claimed electric driving range is around 500 km, an increase of 19 km over the 2022 model.
Stepping up to the Techniq and Epiq adds a 74kW front motor and a 165kW rear motor – up 4kW and 10kW, respectively – for a total system output of 239kW and 605Nm (up from 225kW).
Both versions deliver a WLTP-rated electric driving range of 454 km (up from 430 km).
The entire Hyundai Ioniq 5 range has a five-star ANCAP safety rating based on testing carried out in 2021. This includes 88 percent for adult protection, 87 percent for children, 63 percent for vulnerable road users, and 89 percent for safety assistance.
The range features seven airbags (dual front, side, curtain, and front centre).
All variants include the following active safety equipment as standard:
|Autonomous emergency braking (vehicle, pedestrian, cyclist, junction, reverse)|
|Evasive Steering Assist|
|Assist in blind spot collision avoidance|
|Blind Spot View Monitor|
|Avoiding rear cross-traffic collisions|
|Driver attention alert with vehicle departure alert|
|Intelligent speed limit support|
|Lane Keep Assist|
|Lane departure warning|
|High beam assist|
|Rear resident alert|
|Assist in safe exit|
|Adaptive cruise control|
|Front and rear parking sensors|
|360 degree camera system.|
Hyundai Ioniq 5 has a wheelbase of 3000mm, and is 4635mm long, 1890mm wide and 1605mm high.
RWD versions have a claimed 593-litre boot capacity, which expands to 1653 liters with the second row folded. It has a 57 liter front boot.
For all-wheel drive models, luggage space is reduced to 560 liters or 1620L with the rear seats down, and a 24-litre front boot.
Warranty and Servicing
In line with Hyundai’s extensive range, the Ioniq 5 is covered with the brand’s five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty, while its battery gets eight years and 160,000km of coverage.
Hyundai has doubled the service intervals for the Ioniq 5 for model year 2023, with maintenance now required every two years or 30,000 km, whichever comes first.
Updated 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Dynamiq And Technique will arrive in Australian showrooms this month, while the flagship Epic Expected to start before Christmas.