Here’s the sliding interior of Hyundai’s new Ioniq 5

Here’s the sliding interior of Hyundai’s new Ioniq 5

 

 

Hyundai is teasing the first interior photos of the Ioniq 5 ahead of its world premiere on February 23rd.

 

It’s Hyundai’s first EV to utilize the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) — the same platform that Apple is said to have been interested in for its oft-rumored self-driving car.

 

E-GMP’s flat battery and long wheelbase allows for a more spacious; and customizable interior for both passengers and cargo.

 

The big design flourish teased today is a sliding center console inside the Ioniq 5.

 

The so-called “Universal Island” moves out of the way so that the driver or passengers can easily enter and exit either side of the car when parked in a narrow spot, for example.

 

 

 

The “Universal Island” slides out of the way.

 GIF: Hyundai

 

 

Hyundai says that the driver and front-passenger seats are equipped with leg rests to relax while the vehicle recharges.

 

The seats can also be repositioned so that adults in the front can care for pets and children seated in the rear.

 

Hyundai notes that the Ioniq 5’s interior will be clad with eco-conscious materials.

 

 

 

Ioniq 5 teaser ahead of world premiere.
 Image: Hyundai

 

 

The Ioniq 5 appears to have Tesla’s Camp Mode in its sights with a feature that effectively turns the car into a rolling generator with 3.5 kW of Vehicle to Load (V2L) power.

 

That’s enough juice to power beefy 110V/220V appliances like a full-sized oventreadmill, or five giant speakers, as Hyundai’s already teased.

 

Teslas can’t do that without hacking an inverter into the circuitry and possibly voiding your warranty.

 

The Ioniq is fitted with V2L outlets on the inside and outside of the car.

 

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V2L jack on the inside.
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… and the outside.

 

 

Other known capabilities of the Ioniq 5 include ultra-fast charging which allows it to drive more than 100km (62 miles) after a 5-minute charge.

 

Hyundai has previously claimed that E-GMP vehicles will be capable of over 500km (310 miles) on a single charge.

 

Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 will make its world premiere on February 22nd at 11pm California time; or 8am in Germany on the morning of the 23rd.

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