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- 1 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?
- 2 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.
- 3 The cabin also benefits from a delightfully minimalist design that makes things feel even more open and uncluttered. Here’s a tour:
- 4 Let’s start with the screens. The Ioniq 5 has two 12.3-inch displays on a floating panel.
- 5 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.
- 6 The main infotainment display is intuitive and responsive to touch inputs. The home screen shows your range and battery life.