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2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV bows with knife-edged look, two-way charging – CNET

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It looks small, but there’s a ton of room inside.


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Meet the first member of Hyundai’s new Ioniq electric vehicle subbrand, the Ioniq 5 compact crossover. Making its debut Monday, this sharply creased EV has a surprisingly roomy and lounge-like cabin, a variety of battery and powertrain configurations and both familiar and new charging technologies. Believe it or not, this a production car.

In fact, that shouldn’t be a surprise, as the Ioniq 5 looks identical to the shadowy teaser revealed last month, inspired by the Hyundai 45 EV concept from the 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show. The angular crossover (okay, it’s really just a tall hatchback) features a boldly styled exterior with sharp details. The simplified front end forgoes a grille, but integrates its rectangular Parametric Pixel headlamps into a contrasting front panel that stretches the width of the vehicle, a design that is echoed at the rear. The flank is punctuated by a strong diagonal crease that slashes across the doors; even the round wheel arches feature strong linear tangent details.

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