The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is getting closer and closer to its debut set for early 2021 after they release their trailer.
Today we found more exterior pictures of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 but interestingly we also found an interior pictures were we want to look more in depth.
We know this Ioniq 5 will premier their new Electric Global Modular Platform or E-GMP but also some Autonomous technology.
Lets review the interior picture, the first thing that caught our attention was the large screen that extends from the driver to the infotainment system, something similar to what have seen on the new Hyundai Elantra. Right at the top on the infotaiment we also find another screen but this seems to be added for testing.
Now lets analyze all the screens information, on the driver side we find something similar to their Smart Cruise Control and judging from the picture of the road on the added screen on the windshield we feel Hyundai could be testing their Autonomous Technology.
The infotaiment screen is on navigation and the screen is split in 2, the one of the left is the map and the right on turn by turn screen but also right on top of the screen we find more additional information like the speed, navigation arrow and more, similar to a Heads-up Display. This could be a third small but long screen to show a minimum information instead of using both big screen to save some energy.
What we know so far?
The teaser video below provides the first details of the Ioniq 5, which is set for an early 2021 reveal. The IONIQ 5 will premiere recently announced Electric Global Modular Platform or E-GMP.
Hyundai take advantage of the teaser to share a few hints of the new electric vehicle. They used a few phrases to preview what the Ioniq 5 will be capable of, like “Extra Power for Life” that calls attention to IONIQ 5’s vehicle-to-load (V2L) bi-directional charging capability, “Extra Time for You” highlights its fast-charging capability or “Extraordinary Experiences,” that hints at the BEV’s soon-to-be-announced array of features.
The video’s release follows Hyundai’s announcement, made in August 2020, that it will launch a dedicated BEV lineup brand IONIQ in its bid to become one of the world’s top EV manufacturers. Under IONIQ, Hyundai will launch a range of EVs, including IONIQ 5, a midsize CUV in early 2021; IONIQ 6, a sedan; followed by IONIQ 7, a large SUV.