Seeing Hyundai Ioniq 5 2023 Use a Bigger Battery with Advanced Technology
After the first generation of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 reaped success being marketed in several countries, now Hyundai is preparing to present the latest generation of the Ioniq 5 in 2023. Reportedly, this South Korean car manufacturer will make various improvements to the latest version, including battery technology that is used with a higher capacity.
Hyundai will pair a battery with a capacity of 77.4 kWh in the latest loniq 5 generation with maximum power and performance capabilities. The loniq 5, which is currently being marketed, is powered by a 73 kWh battery that drives dual electric motors with a maximum power of 295 hp. Meanwhile, the Hyundai loniq 5 also provides the lowest variant with a battery capacity of 58 kWh which has a maximum power of 162 hp.
In the 2023 model later, the Hyundai loniq 5 which uses a 77.4 kWh battery capacity is claimed to have greater power and torque than the two previous models. Although official data from Hyundai regarding the latest generation of loniq 5 has not been released to the public.
An interesting technology that will be installed in the loniq 5 battery version 2023 is a feature that helps adjust its temperature in all conditions. This also affects optimizing charging both in hot and cold conditions. In addition, Hyundai will also make improvements to the handling, suspension and response of the rear wheels to produce a more dynamic and stable driving when accelerating.
Hyundai will also provide a choice of additional features such as a digital inner mirror and an outer mirror which also comes with a digital display. Although Hyundai will focus this service specifically on the European and South Korean markets.
“The Ioniq 5 has proven highly successful in the 12 months since its launch, both in terms of sales and brand development. This segment is growing increasingly competitive, and we will offer enhanced features to maintain our position as a technology leader in the automotive industry.” said Andreas-Christoph Hofmann, Vice-President of Marketing and Product at Hyundai Motor Group.
The Hyundai loniq 5 is also scheduled to be marketed in Indonesia this year to complement the lineup of Hyundai electric vehicles such as the Kona Electric and the loniq Electric.