The Hyundai Ioniq 5 has launched to enliven the Indonesian automotive market. Present as a pure electric car, the Ioniq 5 uses the E-GMP platform specially designed by the Hyundai Motor Group. This vehicle has many advantages, starting in terms of flexibility, powerful performance, longer mileage, and increased safety features. It even provides more space for passengers and luggage.

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Review of the Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Ioniq 5 is a difficult type of car to categorize. This vehicle is built on the E-GMP platform with a large five-door body. This car can be called an avant-garde crossover that gets inspired by the heritage of this brand. The appearance of this car is retro, but modern.

Because, influenced by two prototypes from various stages of the brand namely the 1974 Pony concept, designed by Giugiaro, and the 2019 Concept 45 by creation from an Italian designer. The exterior of this car has a length of 4.64 meters with a predominance of square lines. The look that became the hallmark of the 70s and 80s.

If you look at the front and rear LED lights of the car, they are connected by a striking black line on the front. Its function is to hide various sensors used by various driver assistants.


When entering the Ioniq 5 cabin, there are two things that catch your attention. Clean and minimalist car design. There is a dual 12.25-inch screen configuration for instrumentation and multimedia systems. At the bottom of the touch screen, there are various functions grouped into a series of touch-sensitive controls.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 offers excellent spaciousness, with excellent legroom and headroom. In addition, the rear seat section has an elongated arrangement and very good load capacity.


This vehicle is available in 170 to 325 hp versions and there is also a choice of one or two engines. Testing corresponds to a mid-range variant with 228 hp and rear-wheel drive. The distance in this Star trim reaches 507 km. This is achieved with the support of a new 77 kWh battery capacity.

In addition, with the 800 V technology, it can charge direct current up to a maximum of 240 kW. So that will allow it to charge the battery from 0 to 80% for 18 minutes. When charging at 160 kW, it goes up to about half an hour.

Regarding fuel consumption, the figures agreed on in this version are 17.0 kWh/100 km. Although in testing quite varied, between 12.0 kWh/100 km in urban travel. Meanwhile, more than 24 kWh/100 km for toll roads.

This car feels comfortable for its passengers, both in terms of suspension filtering irregularities on the road. Even this car is isolate from aerodynamic sounds and shocks. What’s more, the response of this vehicle is fairly good in all conditions. The price for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 starts at 47,020 euros (Rp768 million) for the entry-level version or 55,410 euros (Rp906 million) for other units.