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Eye-catching style, comfy and spacious interior, super-quick charging


Slightly brittle ride, center console feels cheap, good luck finding one

Bottom Line

Hyundai jumps to the front of the pack with its first dedicated EV. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 has buckets of style; that it's also a fun-to-drive, practical everyday family car makes it even better.

2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Wants to Prove 641 HP EVs Belong at the Track

Although Hyundai’s high-performance N division isn’t all that old, today it enters a new chapter – electrification. With the 2025 Ioniq 5 N, the brand’s hopes are “for performance enthusiasts to satisfy their driving passion on the road and track.”, just with an EV instead. Hyundai is quick to point out the new vehicle needs to achieve the three N performance pillars of ‘Corner Rascal,’ ‘Racetrack Capability’ and ‘Everyday Sportscar’.

When Hyundai applied the full N treatment to the Elantra, the manufacturer didn’t just add a bit of power and call it a day. The car was completely transformed form the ground up. With the Ioniq 5, the same has happened.

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6 Surprising Cars the 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Has More Power Than

In this brave new world of electrification, we’ve become accustomed to ridiculously powerful EVs. Manufacturers like Telsa, Lucid, and Lotus all have vehicles for sale that make over 1,000 hp. What we’re not so used to seeing are massively power electric vehicles coming from more mainstream brands, like Hyundai.

That’s all changed with the 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N. The new dual motor electric SUV produces a maximum of 641 hp. That’s a ton of power, especially for a compact family hauler. It got us thinking, what cars does the new Ioniq 5 N make more power than?

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Best Electric SUV: Testing 8 New EVs

The world of electric vehicles can be confusing for first time buyers. New vehicles are being introduced all the time with unusual names. Just about every major auto manufacturer has joined the party, and in a variety of sizes.

To help consumers sort through the various offerings, we’ve gathered eight all-electric mainstream SUVs. Instead of our usual head-to-head comparison, we’re offering more of a segment overview as to what each of these options bring to the vehicular table.

Read the full comparison feature here.


2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Debuts: 641 HP, Drift Mode, Simulated Shifts

This is the N sub-brand's first all-electric offering, with over twice the horsepower of any previous N model.

To kick off this weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed, Hyundai on Thursday debuted the 2024 Ioniq 5 N. The first EV from the performance sub-brand, the Ioniq 5 N packs in plenty of unique features over other E-GMP models, including but not limited to more power, more battery capacity, and a bevy of performance-minded driver assists to wring out every bit of the car's increased capabilities.

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2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 First Drive Review: The Future is Now

This is the coolest looking car to come out in years.

There’s a lot of reasons to like the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5. The Korean brand’s first from-the-ground-up dedicated EV is roomy, reasonably affordable, and rides well. It is, by all the typical metrics, a very good car. The market has a lot of good cars.

But those looks make the Ioniq 5 a much rarer thing: desirable. The EV revolution is fast approaching, and Hyundai is staking its future on this high-style pseudo-crossover, one that puts the “U” in SUV with clever charging solutions. Doing all this at a price folks can afford is a big power play, and based on a first drive in San Diego, Hyundai should have a hit on its hands.

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Kia EV6 vs Hyundai Ioniq 5 Comparison: Sibling Rivalry

Don’t fight, kids.

This was bound to happen. The 2022 Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 share the same genes. These two all-wheel drive, all-electric models ride on an identical platform, carrying the same size battery packs. We drove the Kia EV6 last week and adored it; around the same time, we crowned the Ioniq 5 our 2022 Green Vehicle of the Year. Safe to say we love them both.

But just like two siblings, they’re both special in their own ways. In fact, we were sure they had complementing strengths, strengths that contrasted with the others’ weakness. Sure enough that we just so happened to have the Ioniq 5 on-hand when we picked up the EV6 for review. Here’s what we learned after a week of having both kids under one roof.

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Ford Mustang Mach-E vs Hyundai Ioniq 5: Which EV SUV is Right For You?

They’re two of the most visible EVs on the market. But in a battle of the Ford Mustang Mach-E vs Hyundai Ioniq 5, which is better suited to your needs?

We’re big fans of these two mid-sized EVs. The Mustang Mach-E ruffled feathers when it arrived in late 2020, largely due to that name. Whether you deem it worthy of the pony badge or not, the rest of the package delivers, with a roomy cabin, cutting-edge tech, and a range of different battery sizes and motor configurations. It’s even fun to drive—just like a Mustang.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 doesn’t look like anything else in the Korean brand’s lineup. Heck, it doesn’t look like anything else on the road, either. The retro-futurist shape hides a deceptively large vehicle, one brimming with clever, unique features like a fully-reclining front seat and bi-directional charging. It hasn’t forgotten how to be a modern crossover either, with a smooth ride and the ability to carry five folks in comfort.

Which one better suits your needs? Here we take a closer look at their respective specifications to figure that out.

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Nissan Ariya vs Hyundai Ioniq 5: Which EV SUV is Right for You?

We’re taking a deep dive into the features and capabilities of the Nissan Ariya vs Hyundai Ioniq 5.

The midsize follow up to the Nissan Leaf was fraught with delays during its production, but is now finally hitting streets this year. There’s proper hype around the release of the company’s new EV. Enough, that when combined with production constraints, Nissan has had to restrict orders of the Ariya just months after it was released.

Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 was also released with ample anticipation. Much of it due to its unique, retro-futuristic design. While deliveries of the Ioniq 5 have already hit the streets, it remains a popular option and new orders still carry a hefty wait time.

Which of these hyped-up EVs deserve your attention and money? We add up the numbers to find out in a battle of the Nissan Ariya vs Hyundai Ioniq 5.

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Detailed Specs


$41,450 - $52,600


Single Motor / Dual Motor


168–225 hp / 320-641 hp


258 lb-ft / 446 lb-ft




Single-Speed Auto

Efficiency (city/hwy)

127–134 MPGe / 94–98 MPGe

Cargo Capacity

27.2 cu ft

Our Final Verdict

Hyundai Ioniq 5



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