About the Hyundai IONIQ Electric
Hyundai is at the forefront of zero-emission vehicle technology and is recognised as a leader in producing highly efficient electric vehicles. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the first vehicle to come from Hyundai’s new electric-only brand (IONIQ). After the brand’s previous successes with the award-winning vehicles Hyundai IONIQ Electric and the Kona EV, it’s a step into the future and this new vehicle is something we have all looking forward to. This EV has a roomy customizable interior and lots of exciting technology gadgets and cool features. It is also built with environment-friendly materials including eco-processed leather, yarn made of crushed recycled PET bottles and raw materials extracted from sugar cane, these materials have been used throughout the vehicle, from the carpet and roof liner to the seat covers – topping up the cars eco credential yet are durable, look great and add to the car’s premium feel.
The vehicle comes in the choice of 3 trim levels with 2 battery size options, so there are plenty of lease options for drivers to choose from to suit their personal requirements.
Powertrain and range
The Hyundai IONIQ 5 Premium features a larger 77kWh battery (73 kWh usable), which gives the car an official WLTP range of 298 miles to a single charge, however, we would recommend the vehicle will achieve a ‘real world’ range of 240 miles factoring in weather conditions and individual driving styles. if you would like to read more on electric vehicles and range then check out our handy guide: Everything you need to know about electric vehicle range.
Charging the Hyundai IONIQ 5 Premium
The Hyundai IONIQ 5 uses type 2 / ccs charging connections, this is standard with most electric cars. The car is equipped with an 800-volt battery system for ultra-fast charging can be topped up using a compatible public charger up to 80% in less than 20 minutes (18 minutes to be precise).
When you are charging at home, charging the IONIQ 5 is simple, just plug it into your wall box home charger when you need to top up and leave it to charge. Most EV drivers get a 7kW wall box charger installed, and when using one of these you can expect the IONIQ 5 to fully recharge from empty in 11 hours 45 minutes.
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Hyundai IONIQ 5 Premium features
This is the top of the range Hyundai IONIQ 5 Ultimate trim level, it comes with all the bells and whistles and has a fantastic specification, it is packed with lots of new tech and safety features. On top or in place of the lower specifications this EV comes with features such as upgraded 20″ alloy wheels, alloy foot pedals, upgraded black shadow leather seat trim, a premium BOSE 7 speaker audio system, heated rear seats (outer), a head-up display with augmented reality, rear privacy glass and ventilated front seats. As well as that, there is plenty of other features to ensure your drive is smooth and enjoyable as possible, you can view the full vehicle specification below.
And that’s not all, there’s one more really cool feature on ‘Ultimate’ trim level EV, which is the V2L – vehicle to load technology. With IONIQ 5’s Vehicle-to-Load technology (V2L) you can power any device or charge electrical equipment via your electric car up to 3,6 kW with the on-board 220V plug. You could even charge up another electric vehicle if you really wanted to.
We offer competitive rates for makes and models with our Hyundai electric car lease offers. If you don’t require the top specification of the IONIQ 5 electric car, then take a look at the base model Hyundai IONIQ 5 SE Connect or the Hyundai IONIQ 5 Premium lease options.
If you’ve seen all the information you need and are interested in leasing the IONIQ 5 electric car, then use our online quoting tool to get the best Hyundai IONIQ 5 lease deal to suit you.