The perfect blend of asphalt and surging electrons In a realm where the asphalt meets electrons, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 N appears as a tempest of innovation, shattering the preconceived notions surrounding electric vehicles (EVs). Since its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, this electric demon has not only challenged the status quo, but has also settled itself as the standard of the symphony, for technology conducting a ballet of power, precision, innovation, and forethought.
Keiichi ‘DK’ Tsuchiya, the maestro of drifting and the original drift king attested to the IONIQ 5 N’s handling and performance and declared it as the first EV capable of gracefully pirouetting through drifts. He further went on to state that the car’s agility and surprising playfulness combined with a dynamic feature set left him in awe.
The IONIQ 5 N, powered by a dual electric-motor setup, churns out an impressive 600 bhp and 75 kg/m of torque, which further goes up to a maddening 641 bhp and 78 kg/m of torque, thanks to N Grin Boost feature.
The car also comes equipped with Track SOC, which calculates battery consumption per lap, battery temperature and other details which, when combined with the new thermal management system prevents loss of power caused by heat.
The IONIQ 5 N on the road comes equipped with the N e-shift which is said to supply precise control over power delivery. To further enhance the driving experience, Hyundai has deployed the N Active Sounds + package, recreating the sounds of Hyundai’s well-known 2-litre engines.
Conclusion: The Overture to Electric Performance
The Hyundai IONIQ 5 N is not just an EV; it’s a technical marvel that redefines high-performance electric vehicles. With a meticulous blend of power, precision, and practicality, the IONIQ 5 N stands for a significant stride forward in the era of electrified driving. Stay tuned as Hyundai continues to reshape the automotive landscape with cutting-edge technology and a commitment to performance.