Until now, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 continues to be the talk of electric car observers. Moreover, the battery capacity which previously only had a capacity of 72.6 kWh for the 2023 model will be 77.6 kWh.
Of course the mileage increases after the module will be 32 modules, each of which is claimed to have 2.4 kWh. Previously only 423 km, will be able to cover a distance of 480-490 km for a single battery charge.
Oh yes, not just adding battery capacity for mileage. After a year, Hyundai offers this car based on the Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), in the form of a new digital-based mirror feature.
The digital mirrors are used for interior and exterior. Digital Center Mirror (DCM) will provide a wider view of the rear. So, even if there is a full load of goods in the cabin, the view of the situation behind the vehicle can still be monitored. This is thanks to the use of the camera embedded in the rear spoiler.
While Digital Side Mirrors (DSM) will also be the first to be presented specifically for the Korean market, it will continue to be offered to European consumers in the Hyundai Motor Group vehicle range.
The DSM will reduce air resistance and allow drivers to see clearly even in bad weather.
Another feature that is a mainstay on the Ioniq 5 is Smart Frequency Dampers (SFD), making the front and rear suspension performance increase comfort while driving. The new Ioniq 5 will be reported as soon as mid-2022.