2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Confirmed

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N  – Its 2022 Hyundai Ioniq5 electric car, which incorporates crossover and hatchback characteristics was only available for sale at the beginning of the year. Hyundai is on the verge of unveiling a more stylish version. The most recent spy photos and video reveal a model for what’s believed to become the Ioniq 5 tuned by the Hyundai N performance division and its debut is expected to be made as early as July 15. Hyundai N has revealed 2 new vehicles ahead of the planned “N Day” announcement on July 15th. One of them is likely to be this possible Ioniq 5N. In comparison to the standard version In comparison to the regular model, the Ioniq 5 N prototype features lower suspension, wider track front and back, tires with low profile as well as a different wheel style. The spy photographer who took the photos noted that the brakes were upgraded from the original model and have bigger calipers as well as rotors. The test vehicle appears to be riding on the suspension that is more rigid which could indicate springs and shocks that have been upgraded.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

It’s difficult to determine due to the camouflage-like equipment, but it seems its Ioniq 5 N is a new model. Ioniq 5 N sports a new front fascia that has new designs for the air inlets. The interior was also equipped with sports seats in the front as per our photographer. It is believed that the Ioniq 5 N should ride on the same skateboard-style specially designed EV platform that is used on the standard Ioniq 5. The regular model is offered with either rear or all-wheel drive with the rear motor alone or the combination of rear and front motors. The one with the rear motor is the most suitable for this model. Ioniq 5 N, in combination with the Ioniq’s largest battery, in this case, a 77.4-kilowatt-hour model. For those wondering about the amount of power on the line, the Kia EV6 provides some clues. The EV6’s top-of-the-line GT grade offers up to 576 horsepower and 546 lb-ft of torque. That’s enough to accelerate from 0-60 mph within 3.5 minutes. The standard Ioniq 5 tops out with 320 horsepower and 446 pounds of torque.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Review

It is in front of the six streamliner saloon on the production schedule, which explains why our spies already observed the hot hatch that is faster with maneuvers, in prototype guise. The photos are based on intel and a series of spy shots from earlier and yet again they show the Ioniq 5 being put through its tests. Take a look at low ride levels, the larger brakes, and tires with a low profile, and you’ll be able to tell that it’s not just another Ioniq 5. Expect flared wheel arches as well as more than aggressive front bumpers when you buy the model. In addition, the model comes with the ‘never Just Drive’ logo that is splashed over its disguise which is a reference to Hyundai’s N division. What about the power? It’s possible that Hyundai might incorporate the same 577bhp model as its sibling car which is it’s called the Kia EV6 GT. Both cars use Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP platform.

Specs and Performance

When you consider our plan to provide greener vehicles and move forward with BEV-related concepts this seems like a realistic option HMG’s chief of marketing officer Thomas Schemera told CAR a few months prior to the time the project was officially announced in July 2022. “Can you imagine that we hadn’t been working on one already?’ said an elated Albert Biermann, the ex-BMW executive who established the N department. He is still as an ambassador. Hyundai Motor Group’s 800-volt eGMP platform is designed for maximum versatility, offering both all-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive options as well as the ability to charge external devices.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Interior
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Interior

Future

Executives have been stress-testing the eGMP platform in the process of development, and have reached astonishing power outputs, engineers informed us. Biermann the chassis wizard, and later director for R&D of Hyundai Motor Group, told CAR in 2020 that the platform “will increase to almost 600 horsepower on certain models.’ Hyundai has been exploring electric vehicles that are high-performance for many years and the most recent one is an R20e (below). It’s not a race car it’s a testing ground for innovative technologies that are destined to be used in future production vehicles.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Specs
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Specs

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Revealed

Some parts of the N division regard the ‘racing midship’ demonstration car to be the catalyst that will lead the way for a powerful car halo for the brand’s performance that is now confirmed to be launched in the next years. Expect you to expect the Ioniq 5 N to arrive in the dealerships this year or at the beginning of next year, and will be it is a 2023 model.