The high-performance electric Hyundai Ioniq 5 N will make its debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK in July 2023. The much-anticipated sports EV from the makers of class-leading hot hatches such as the Hyundai i20N and Hyundai i30N has previously been spied testing on public roads near the Nurburgring, where the European arm of the N division is based.
- Ioniq 5 N EV could feature ‘drift mode’
- To debut between July 13-16
Hyundai Ioniq 5 N EV hot hatch spied
The Ioniq 5 N appears to have a more aggressive front end in the deceptive spy photos, complete with a new lower grille opening flanked by two air dams. More extensive wheel curves additionally include lodging new five-talked amalgams and bigger brakes. At the rear end, a brand-new spoiler with a centrally dipping dual-segment design is present.
The Ioniq 5 N is expected to have a “drift mode” just like the 585 horsepower Kia EV6 GT and Genesis GV60, which share the same platform.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 N EV hot hatch: a global project
Ashley Andrew, managing director of Hyundai UK, emphasized the significance of the Ioniq 5 N to the credibility of the brand. Having N vehicles is a central issue of contrast for Hyundai – they hammer home the point that we are a vehicle organization.
In addition to an organization that makes vehicles,” he said. “ I love the Ioniq 5 N because they are using all of that know-how and technology to create a car with the kind of personality that we will all recognize from great performance cars of the past. This is the essence of successful automobile manufacturing.
Ioniq will Be Delivered In July
This year, between July 13 and July 16, the new car will be presented by the manufacturer of other hot hatches like the i20N and i30N. The leaked images have suggested that the forthcoming Ioniq 5 N will have a more aggressive front end with a new lower grille opening and two air dams flanking it.
Major Highlights Of The Car
- Wider wheel arches and brand-new five-spoke alloys will also contribute to the car’s intimidating appearance.
- The vehicle will have larger brakes and a brand-new spoiler with a center-dip design and dual segment.
- The upcoming car will include a ‘drift mode’ as also seen on the Kia EV6 GT.
Hyundai in India
Hyundai currently sells the Ioniq 5 EV in India, priced at Rs 44.95 lakh (ex-showroom). The company also sells N Line versions of the i20 and the Venue, which see a bump in power over the standard models.