While the Ioniq 5’s cyberpunk looks certainly turn heads, it’s what’s on the inside that really counts. After all, what’s the use of a pretty car that’s a pain to spend time in?
Since electric cars don’t need a transmission and other bulky parts, Hyundai was able to free up tons of space inside the Ioniq 5. The result is a surprisingly spacious interior that has plenty of room for people and their stuff.
The cabin also benefits from a delightfully minimalist design that makes things feel even more open and uncluttered. Here’s a tour:
Let’s start with the screens. The Ioniq 5 has two 12.3-inch displays on a floating panel.
The driver-facing screen shows things like battery life, range, speed, and cruise control. A graphic on the right indicates when the car is using energy, and when it’s recouping electricity through braking.
The main infotainment display is intuitive and responsive to touch inputs. The home screen shows your range and battery life.
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