Hyundai Ioniq 5 Interior & Exterior Design
The Ioniq 5 is a truly unique looking car. With its square 3D LED lights and boxy design, it could be mistaken for a spaceship straight out of a sci-fi film, yet somehow it looks retro. It’s definitely got character.
There are three trim levels to choose from with the Ioniq 5. Here’s a breakdown of what they all look like:
One of the distinguishing parts of the Ioniq 5, is the mouldings around the wheel arches. These are black on the SE Connect and look great, although they do blend into the 19-inch wheels, making them look a tad small. The rear windows are lightly tinted and the door handles are flush for added efficiency.
The Ioniq 5 continues the futuristic sci-fi aesthetic inside, and you get some impressive tech as standard, including a 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 12-inch digital drivers display and a wireless charging pad. There are even some premium touches like a leather steering wheel.
The Premium trim gets chrome mouldings around the wheel arches, on the front bumper, and down the sides of the car. Compared to the SE Connect trim, you can really notice the lines engraved into them. With dual LED headlights, you can also spot this compared to the entry level SE, although both have 19-inch rims.
Visually it’s a tough job to spot the difference between the Premium and SE Connect trims. The premium does come with more driver assistance support, as well as a heated steering wheel and heated front seats. So don’t be fooled by its looks, the Premium definitely gets you more tech.
There are two notable differences with the Premium trim. For starters, you get proper rear privacy glass for the rear windscreen and windows for added stealthy looks. You also get the upgraded 20-inch wheels which have a rather interesting spirograph effect.
Leather seat upholstery comes with the top of the range trim, and it’s the only trim level where you can choose to have the light/dark grey interior. It’s definitely the one we’d go for. The Ultimate also gets a premium Bose sound system, a sliding centre console and the vehicle to load pack. That means you can plug three pin sockets inside or outside and power pretty much anything. Within reason.
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