Hyundai Ioniq 5 Launch - Has Hyundai taken Electric Cars to the next level? | Fully Charged CARS

Publisert 22. feb.. 2021
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With the ever increasing number of EVs coming to market this year, it takes something pretty special to stand out from the crowd and it's safe to say that Robert was blown away by the Hyundai Ioniq 5 at the recent online reveal.
The Ioniq 5 delivers a range of just shy of 300 miles (480km) with the bigger battery pack and an incredible rapid charging capability of 220 kW DC. It's roomy, comfortable and boasts impressive features with a swish interior. With this new model Hyundai are really raising the game and we cannot wait to get our hands on it for a drive!
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Timestamps:
0:00 Introduction
0:46 So many EVs
1:00 Some stand outs
1:25 Rather excited
2:10 Impressive efficiency
2:36 I-Pace Vs Kona
3:20 How Hyundai?
3:36 Battery options
3:55 220 kW DC!
4:54 Vehicle-to-load?
5:33 Car-to-car charging
6:47 Plush interior
6:56 Slim seats
7:18 Flat floor
7:57 Recycled bottles
8:14 Desperate to drive
8:35 Patreon thank yous!
9:37 Support & join
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  • SUBSCRIBE! LIKE if you're excited by the IONIQ 5 & SHARE to tell others With the ever increasing number of EVs coming to market this year, it takes something pretty special to stand out from the crowd and it's safe to say that Robert was blown away by the Hyundai Ioniq 5 at the recent online reveal. The Ioniq 5 delivers a range of just shy of 300 miles (480km) with the bigger battery pack and an incredible rapid charging capability of 220 kW DC. It's roomy, comfortable and boasts impressive features with a swish interior. With this new model Hyundai are really raising the game and we cannot wait to get our hands on it for a drive! Make sure you are subscribed then enter our Great EV Giveaway for your chance to win an EV for a year and lots of other fantastic prizes FullyCharged.Show/EV-Giveaway ​ Fully Charged is 100% independent thanks to NOlong Memberships and Patreons. Without you this channel wouldn’t be possible! If you’d like to help support the Fully Charged channel and its mission: Become a Patreon: www.patreon.com/fullychargedshow ​ Become a NOlong member: use JOIN button above Subscribe to Fully Charged & the Fully Charged PLUS channels Buy the Fully Charged Guide to Electric Vehicles & Clean Energy : buff.ly/2GybGt0 ​ Browse the Fully Charged store: shop.fullycharged.show/ ​ Visit our LIVE exhibitions in the UK, USA & Europe: FullyCharged.Show/events ​ Subscribe for episode alerts and the Fully Charged newsletter: fullycharged.show/zap-sign-up/ ​ Visit: FullyCharged.Show ​ Find us on Twitter: twitter.com/fullychargedshw ​ Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/fullychargedshow ​ Timestamps: 0:00​ Introduction 0:46​ So many EVs 1:00​ Some stand outs 1:25​ Rather excited 2:10​ Impressive efficiency 2:36​ I-Pace Vs Kona 3:20​ How Hyundai? 3:36​ Battery options 3:55​ 220 kW DC! 4:54​ Vehicle-to-load? 5:33​ Car-to-car charging 6:47​ Plush interior 6:56​ Slim seats 7:18​ Flat floor 7:57​ Recycled bottles 8:14​ Desperate to drive 8:35​ Patreon thank yous! 9:37​ Support & join

    • all Hyundai theta engines cease up around 50k-90k. thats why Hyundai changes its name to "smart stream". they are exact same engines but pretending as newly designed engine. Do not trust Hyundai - KIA.

    • it's bloody hyundai, not heiandai. Decolonize your speech mate

    • Awesome design outside and inside, some nice innovations and impressive specs overall. However, I think you are a bit over excited as, in my view: - it looks compact but in fact it is quite big - claimed range/consumption slightly worse than VW ID4 - prices are apparently not very attractive

    • Hyuandai/LG Chem (not SK) is old news

    • @God Is good - LG Chem in SK. New Bolt use American made cells, not Affected.

  • It looks really niceee

  • I say Froot. I will never say frunk as I'm not American.

  • I hope you soon drive this car and give us some more information.

  • The Asian car companies EVs are so much more interesting.

  • Electic sockets = recharging drones and electric mountain bikes in the wild, inflating the boat with no effort etc etc. Extremely exciting.

  • Really. Really Really like the look of this can't wait to see your review on R.W.D and see what it's like out and about. Dash looks nice and clean plus very futuristic very nice

  • I guess I'll have to buy one in 20 years when the Landy dies.

  • Have to say these are good looking cars from Hyundi but I'm Gona assume the prices are Gona be silly high just because they are electric. The prices need to come down to normal burner car prices.

  • Thanks for a great show. The car looks beautiful.

  • This does look brilliant.... Still not enough to make me regret ordering the Tesla though.

  • This is what happens when you point an actual car designer at the problem and tell them to go to town rather than a 6 year old yank with crayons (Tesla) - you get something that looks utterly stunning, with compelling engineering that can be mass-produced. The 45k is still a little shocking (though not that much for what you get) but it makes Tesla look like what they are; doomed to inevitable failure. The second hand market for these is going to be a sight to see.

  • I'd love to own one, I've been driving hyundi for the the last 4 years and never had a problem this look amazing.... Tesla should be scared once people see these on the roads

  • This video is making me reconsider getting an eGolf...I like smaller cars, but this thing looks nice. It all comes down to price though!

  • Read that this vehicle does not have a heat pump whereas the ev6 does. Anyone able to confirm?

  • Time for a new ironing board mate, you're getting the crosshatching pattern on your shirt from the cushion being too thin.

  • Nice but too expensive for us mere mortals who don't earn much

  • Hyundai doing good

  • You're funny!

  • Looks like a vw

  • This car would’ve been a nice apple car

  • Fantastic. I will be perfectly honest and say I'm looking at Porsche. However I'm holding back until this car and others are out. It's worth the wait. I love the concept of this car. Real wold km or miles here in the UK matter. Saying that if I want to go on an extra long journey it will be my 1.6 twin turbo, wait for it, Renault Trafic crew van which is awesome. Cheers.

  • Hyundai needs to do away with leather interiors. Tesla, Polestar and even the Mustang Mach E are all vegan. The Porsche Taycan also has a leather vegan option, but Hyundai still uses leather on the Ioniq electric and the Ioniq 5.

  • Come on. Don't keep using that stupid made up contraction "Frunk". We already have a perfectly good word to use. Its the "NOSE". Think of it like the body. Out front you have the nose that goes first and then the rear or "trunk" that follows.

  • The Pony will always maintain its unique presence: an icon. It propelled Hyundai onto the global stage and kick-started the Korean car industry. 45 years later, Hyundai is now one of the top automotive brands in the world. 1

  • The Pony will always maintain its unique presence: an icon. It propelled Hyundai onto the global stage and kick-started the Korean car industry. 45 years later, Hyundai is now one of the top automotive brands in the world. 1

  • The Pony will always maintain its unique presence: an icon. It propelled Hyundai onto the global stage and kick-started the Korean car industry. 45 years later, Hyundai is now one of the top automotive brands in the world. 1

  • 1980dLancia intergrale/VW golf ...Hmmmm wonder does hyundai lost design direction/wonder does hyundai have design direction...wonder wonder and wonder....

  • Crazy cool idea about the electric plug in the back and just makes me second thought about what electric car I'm getting!!

  • 18 minutes to 80% is beginning to make electric cars really viable as long distance cars. Still a bit of extra range between charges would be great.

  • They need to build a nice looking EV under 35k to take the model 3 on.

  • İt seans like a lot of buyers waiting for market to settle for a lot of new all electric cars being introduced every month and buyers are unsure which ones to stay for good. Price point is also very high currently. I think who ever can produce a sedan at about 30k price range with a minimum 300 miles range is a candidate to be a leader in the market.

  • Nice car, big step up from the first ioniq

  • I'm not sure about the style, it looks like my dad's old 1980s Nissan cherry

  • Where is your Aptera review. Love your reviews. Please keep up the good work.

  • Absolutely stunning car. Must have a test drive when it hits the streets in UK.

  • In Norway, they tested all EV and Ioniq 5 came in first with during cold weather, it lost 10% range but Tesla lost 20% range because Hyundai had better heat pump system. Not all EV comes with heat pump system to perform better with range during cold weather.

  • I've never had an Hyundai, but this looks sweeeeeet. Looks better than the Mokka-E that I've just watched you review :) Very futuristic and smart on the inside.

  • I am moderately excited by the Ioniq 5. The fast charging and the V2L are both Good Things.

  • Very impressive.

  • Hopefully they use them lights on the real thing. The charge time is quite impressive. would it not make more sense for a for all manufacturers to use the same battery which is fitted under the car all the same perhaps different sizes for obviously reasons but instead of plugging it in and waiting for however long it might take but go to a battery station and swop the battery with a already charged one. By doing this effectively the battery is loaned and surly a slower charge will help make theses battery's last longer?

    • @99SamIAm99 oh I know it would be but it's a shame that they all couldn't combine technology's could save more time, resources etc

    • @Chris Sparrow I think that may be a very long way off. Companies are in competition for this technology. It wouldn't be standardized for many many years.

    • @99SamIAm99 of course they don't just pop out currently, but if the battery was on a tray system which works similar to how a shipping container connects to a truck. It would make it more accessible for long travel use

    • Do you really think that the battery just "pops out"? Oh my. And are you not aware of the multitude of different manufacturers that are all trying to corner this NEW market?

  • The faster you charge Li-on batteries, the faster they degrade.

  • Haha wait till the smoke starts pouring out ... yeah how many cars are they recalling - I heard 6 million yep garbage

    • "I heard 6 million yep garbage" We don't care what you "heard". DO YOUR RESEARCH! No "they" (whoever the hell that is) aren't recalling 6 million cars. Car manufacturers recall hundreds of thousands of cars all the time for a wide variety of reasons. "wait till the smoke starts pouring out" Hyundai recalled 82,000 electric cars because of 15 reports of fires. That's just over 0.02% of the cars. Stop getting your "information" from people who don't have a clue.

  • Just what people wants it, 'A Future like Look but Simple'.💁🏻‍♂️ Yes just like Tesla M. S3XY.

  • Might be the first time I’ve ever been interested in a Hyundai. Never been a fan.

  • Why get rid of knobs and buttons? it a great tactile way of changing something, volume, station/ track, temperature

  • I want a polestar so bad... too bad I'm broke lol

  • I dont think the long charge comments are a troll. Its a genuine concern for 90% of people in the UK who live in homes without driveways or even parking or at minimum access only to a standard 3 point plug socket. Which can take a golden age to charge a car. And you even said it yourself in the video "If you can find one of these fast chargers" if isnt what you want to hear when you need more range/full fast.

  • Lancia integrale.

  • In Switzerland it's the equivalent of $65k. WE WANT REASONABLY PRICED CARS PLEASE. Like 20-25k new...

  • This thing is beautiful and brilliantly designed platform. I have many question that won't be answered until consumers test it. like: Overnight camper mode running the AC when it's 80F outside? Can you run the AC while charging? How many watts can that solar roof put back in the car? Enough to run the AC? How many amps/watts can the 110v plugs put out? A cargo van (taller with no side/back windows or seats and sliding doors) with this footprint and a much bigger solar roof and I will have to upgrade.

  • New meaning for Sunday lunch then.

  • this is what the VW E Golf should be. I hope they get rid of the lines on the side. It's already looking dated and out of place.

  • Australia is still the land of the ICE as state governments introduce new taxes on EV's. No Australian state governments give would be EV buyers any incentive to own an EV. There is no reduced price (government incentives) and Australians who do buy an EV pay the full purchase price and the cheapest EV to own is a Nissan Leaf at over 60K and the rest are even more expensive. This ensures that the ICE remains the dominant form of propulsion in motor vehicles for some time to come. Even if an Aussie buys a new EV and then later sells it, they have to remove the battery pack as it's illegal to sell an EV secondhand with it's original battery pack. So the new owner not only has to buy the car but he/she has to fork out big additional money for a new battery pack plus the cost of it's installation.

  • So...you could plug it into...itself? Just sayin'.

  • The Hyundai skatebaord system that everyone raves about is actualy the fruit of a partnership and investment into Canoo. Canoo is the sleeper everyone seems to overlook Hyundai Motor Group, Canoo to Co-Develop All-Electric Platform for Future Electric Vehicles The companies will jointly develop an all-electric platform based on Canoo’s fully scalable, proprietary skateboard design for upcoming Hyundai and Kia EVs and PBVs Hyundai Motor Group expects the new platform using Canoo’s skateboard architecture to allow for a simplified and standardized development process, lowering vehicle price Hyundai Motor Group is doubling down on a recent commitment to invest USD 87 billion over the next five years for future growth as well as its plan to develop PBVs LOS ANGELES / SEOUL, Feb. 11/12, 2020 - Hyundai Motor Group and Canoo announced today that Hyundai has engaged Canoo to jointly develop an electric vehicle (EV) platform based on Canoo’s proprietary skateboard design for upcoming Hyundai and Kia models. As part of the collaboration, Canoo will provide engineering services to help develop a fully scalable, all-electric platform to meet Hyundai and Kia specifications. Hyundai Motor Group expects the platform to help facilitate its commitment to delivering cost-competitive electrified vehicles - ranging from small-sized EVs to Purpose Built Vehicles (PBV) - that meet diverse customer needs. Canoo, a Los Angeles based company creating EVs for subscription only, offers a skateboard platform which houses the most critical components of the vehicle with a strong emphasis on functional integration, meaning all components fulfill as many functions as possible. This feat of engineering reduces the skateboard size, weight and total number of parts, which ultimately provides more interior cabin space and a more cost-effective EV offering. In addition, the Canoo skateboard is a self-contained unit that can be paired with any cabin design. Hyundai Motor Group expects an adaptable all-electric platform using Canoo’s scalable skateboard architecture to allow for a simplified and standardized development process for Hyundai and Kia electrified vehicles, which is expected to help reduce cost that can be passed along to consumers. Hyundai Motor Group also expects to reduce complexity of its EV assembly line, allowing for rapid response to changing market demands and customer preferences. With this collaboration, Hyundai Motor Group doubles down on its recent commitment to invest $87 billion USD over the next five years to foster future growth. As part of this drive, Hyundai plans to invest $52 billion USD in future technologies through 2025, while Kia will invest $25 billion USD in electrification and future mobility technologies, aiming for eco-friendly vehicles to comprise 25% of its total sales by 2025. Hyundai and Kia both recently announced plans to develop fully electric PBVs. Hyundai presented its first PBV concept as a key pillar of its smart mobility solution strategy at CES 2020 in January. At its CEO Investor Day on January 14, Kia announced its plan to develop PBVs tailored for shared-service companies and logistics companies. “We were highly impressed by the speed and efficiency in which Canoo developed their innovative EV architecture, making them the perfect engineering partner for us as we transition to become a frontrunner in the future mobility industry,” said Albert Biermann, Head of Research & Development, Hyundai Motor Group. “We will collaborate with Canoo engineers to develop a cost-effective Hyundai platform concept that is autonomous ready and suitable for mass adoption.” “We have been working diligently to develop a bold new electric vehicle and partnering with a global leader like Hyundai is a validating moment for our young company,” said Ulrich Kranz, In Charge of Canoo. “It is a real honor for us to help Hyundai explore EV architecture concepts for their future models.” Canoo unveiled its first electric vehicle for subscription only on Sept. 24, 2019, just 19 months after the company’s founding in December 2017. Canoo’s proprietary skateboard architecture, which directly houses the batteries and electric drivetrain, has enabled Canoo to reimagine EV design in a way that challenges traditional automotive shape and functionality. Canoo reached Beta testing phase within 19 months of inception, and the company recently opened the waitlist for its first vehicle. This is a major milestone for the company and the culmination of the efforts of 300+ experts working to deliver a proof of concept of Canoo’s backbone architectural systems. Canoo’s first vehicle will launch in 2021, and is designed for a world in which transportation is becoming increasingly electric, shared and autonomous.

  • no one ever talks about the fact that Hyndai gets their skateboard platform via an engineering agreement and investment in Canoo. Canoo is the real sleeper in the EV market!

  • After seeing an accredited news program about the high number of Hyundai and Kia engine fires, I would NOT consider buying either brand of automobile. That said, I hold out hope that I wouldn’t need to call the Fire Department if I did buy one of their electric vehicles in the future. Their shoddy response to the engine fire problem, however, does not instil much confidence about either brand moving forward.

    • R.C. Brousseau "After seeing a credited news program about the high number of Hyundai and Kia engine fires" There are two things wrong with this statement. 1st off, other car manufacturers have other problems that can be just as deadly as an engine fire. Problems with brakes can be just as catastrophic as fires. But secondly, you even make the point that an electric car does not have a gas engine. I can only hope that you and others continue to think this way. I've owned two Kias, and have enjoyed two really good cars for a lot less than some of the competition, specifically because people like you think they are crap.

  • Most of thr cars catch fire look it up

    • Cowiche Canyon Ranch "Most of thr cars catch fire look it up" No. Be accurate with what you want to say. What you said is wrong.

  • I understand it's nearly 50k in the uk. if true, not impressed at all. Tesla also 50k and out of range of most people. how long do we wait till we get a decent electric car for sub 20k? you know for normal/average income drivers.

  • Why are so many people so excited about a car the produces about the same carbon emissions that a combustion engine? Electric vehicles, how is electricity made? Power plants, coal burning thirsty power plants! If you think its solar or wind, sorry, wind dies down at night and there is no sun at night when your car would be charging. Actually an electric car takes more energy to produce and build in an automotive plant, the physical items that produce the batteries are more toxic to the environment when they are junk and need to be scrapped. So what's the deal? Really, I am really confused with this, and I am an automotive engineer and have worked at General Motors for 10 years.

  • Not bad Hyundai, not bad. Externally it looks good. I'll withhold judgment on the full package when we see how the software and infotainment works, which is were many brands drop the ball. For me it's a year too late since I just bought a Tesla, but I'm glad to see other good looking models appearing now.

  • Sooooo stunning look ....THE best look

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  • Its A Deta Integrale HF EV Hot Hatch

  • could not be further away from wv this is korean design

  • Delta Integrale HF EV

  • An Audi a3 look-a-like

  • Recycled Plastic console... nothing new as Jeremy Clarkson famously described the interior of American cars as “made of recycled wheelie bins”. 😀

  • I would love to know the life of the batteries, how long they last, and how much it is to replace them?

  • That’s the first production EV that I could imagine wearing an Apple badge.

  • Sounds like I’m the only one who things it’s ugly. Those square lights are just awful in my opinion

  • I like it, but the name in English is bad design. "I" has 2 different sounds. Mixed feelings about the "q" . Why not a "k"? Anyway, the English spelling system is a mess. It has thousands of those quirks. Case in point! It is so bad it delays learning to read by at least two years compared to other languages that have a transparent orthography like Finnish or Spanish according to the research AND most people don't care. No one would drive a car with that many faulty parts, let alone hand the keys to their kids! Why the disconnect? Bad democracies?

  • It looks like a Lancia Delta Integrale from the 1980’s. It is a good thing.

  • How do people in the US &/or Europe rate Hyundai Cars in the grades of preference?.

  • Hyundai makes very big steps forward with every model. Came from nowhere to the i30N, and an electric SUV that competed with the best, and now... accelerating and overtaking.

  • Side profile Reminds me of a Delta intergrale 👍

  • Tesla's screwed with its boring design and quality issues.

  • Let's buy Bob a new chair

  • awd?

  • So if you don’t want to live in a transformers universe, what do you get?

  • Is this a review of a car or are we just looking at his face?

  • Pity there isn’t the chargers to cope with this and by the way things are going won’t be for many years, only just starting (very slowly)to get 150kw

    • Ev still does not have the comfort of a ice car yet

  • I’m an actual troll and it’s not right that we all get tarred with the same brush, I’m getting fed up with it ..... but it is true that we all have massive length with girth to match....

    • Beautiful. Do it have a built in solar panel on the roof? It will make the social distancing meeting scenario more pleasant if the Leaf wasn't low.

  • When they put this car into production it will look nothing like this 😏

  • It is reasonably low does not look like an SUV thank God it's a hot hatch -- Hyundai got a winner --

  • I like this. Nicer than the current offerings that look like they just copied everyone else

  • Beautiful. Yes, I am gonna buy one! Love it!

  • I appreciate the energy efficiency design principles but How's the airconditioning though?

    • Ha! He said innie and outie bits. Surely they're all unessesary?

  • Love the design and LOVE THE CHARGING SPEED!!

  • So with all this fast charging is the battery going to wear down alot faster?, and I also never here anyone talk about driving electric vehicles in the cold.

  • Your animated style has me rolling on the floor but the information you give is spot on! What a fun channel!

  • Tesla going to face some serious competition in coming years

  • This car looks bloody amazing! I love the square lights.

  • Wow . That's really nice . Really really nice . Do you know if it'll be coming to north America . Canada more importantly. Lol

  • So much anger

  • Ioniq for the win 👍

  • The first of the next gen

  • Beautiful. Do it have a built in solar panel on the roof? It will make the social distancing meeting scenario more pleasant if the Leaf wasn't low.

  • Ev still does not have the comfort of a ice car yet