Hyundai releases pricing for high-performance IONIQ 5 N

Fully equipped IONIQ 5 N starts
at $67,475 including destination

(March 13, 2024) FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — Hyundai has announced pricing for its fully equipped IONIQ 5 N at $67,475 including destination, setting the new benchmark for engaging, all-electric high performance. The IONIQ 5 N SUV is offered in a single, fully equipped trim that "delivers cutting-edge performance along with unmatched driver engagement and configurability, all paired with a full complement of convenience, driver-assistance, and safety features."

IONIQ 5 N represents N brand’s electrification vision and a fresh opportunity for enthusiasts to satisfy their driving passion on both road and track. IONIQ 5 N is the first EV from the Hyundai N brand, and its award-winning E-GMP platform is the ideal basis for modern driving excitement. IONIQ 5 N will be available at Hyundai dealers this month.

“Hyundai N is a key driver of advanced technology expansion throughout Hyundai,” said José Muñoz, president and global COO. “N brand technology and motorsport success proves Hyundai’s ability to push the envelope, and our fully equipped IONIQ 5 N delivers a new level of driver engagement in the world of all-electric high performance. We are confident that both current Hyundai customers and new buyers will be impressed with the exceptional dynamism, emotion, and innovation of our new IONIQ 5 N.”

This powerful EV drivetrain benefits from several technical improvements versus the standard IONIQ 5. Its electric motors spin up to 21,000 RPM, providing an estimated 641 horsepower with N Grin Boost engaged. This is a result of the two-stage inverter with increased energy efficiency for stronger power output from a new 84-kWh battery. Several exclusive features aid in track performance.

N Grin Boost maximizes acceleration with extra power over 10-second intervals. N Launch Control automatically activates N Grin Boost during launch and provides three different traction levels for the best possible acceleration, allowing drivers to launch their vehicle like a race car. Track SOC (state of charge) automatically calculates battery consumption every lap, maximizing driver confidence.