Hyundai unveiled the all-new Ioniq 5, an electric midsize SUV with nearly 300 miles of range and a two-way charging feature that is sure to make this a popular EV for outdoor activities. The Ioniq 5, which will go on sale in the first half of 2021, is the first vehicle to be built on Hyundai's new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) that the automaker says will serve as the basis for an entire family of planned EVs. Hyundai and its sister company aim to sell 1 million EVs in 2025 in a bid to capture 10 percent of the global EV market. The Ioniq 5 looks like a promising start to that effort. The sharp-edged crossover SUV takes some of its design cues from the automaker's 45 concept vehicle first unveiled in 2019, which was an homage to the 1974 Pony Coupe , Hyundai's first mass-produced car and first export. In lieu of a traditional grille, the front of the car features Hyundai's first clamshell hood and a front bumper with a distinctive V-shape that incorporates a set of unique daytime running lights. These small, pixel-like clusters also appear at the rear of the vehicle. But Hyundai packed the interior… Read full this story
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