Hyundai plans to launch a full fleet of electric vehicles under the Ioniq name which would function as a sub-brand from Hyundai. This is a similar name as Hyundai already has the Ioniq family car in the market, but it was a standalone vehicle that would now be followed by a few more options to join the all-electric family. The 5 is a compact crossover and would be the first one to hit the road. It looks like a classic hot hatch design with a touch of modernization giving the Ioniq 5 a distinct and eye-catching look.
It packs 800-volts of operating voltage, however, the battery has a smaller usable capacity. Moreover, it will come in three trims and with two power options. Inside it has a tech-centric interior and eco-friendly materials. Hyundai plans to bring out up to 23 electric vehicles by 2025 starting with the Ioniq 5.