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Hyundai Ioniq 5 gets new range-topping Namsan Edition trim

Now available with a bigger battery, Hyundai has also reworked the electric Ioniq 5’s trim lineup

Ioniq 5
  • Namsan Edition features panoramic roof
  • Price hikes across the range
  • Updated models available to order now

Hyundai has reconfigured the Ioniq 5 range for the 2023 model year with revised pricing and trims, plus a new flagship model: the Namsan Edition. This top-spec trim level boasts a generous amount of standard equipment including an exclusive panoramic sunroof, as well as digital side mirrors. 

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Models in the updated Ioniq 5 lineup are available to order now. All of this follows a recent update for Carbuyer’s favourite electric car which introduced the larger 77.4kWh battery from the Kia EV6, as well as more efficient battery conditioning and optional digital wing mirrors.

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As before, the Ioniq 5 range kicks off with the SE Connect model, which now starts from £39,400 – an increase of around £1,800. This model gets a smaller 58kWh battery and a range of up to 238 miles. Standard equipment remains generally the same, with a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, wireless mobile phone charging and adaptive cruise control. However, Hyundai has now introduced a new smart frequency damper setup, which should benefit comfort as well as driving dynamics. 

Moving up the range, the Premium model sees a price increase of around £2,000, now starting from £41,900. Buyers also have the option of stepping up to the aforementioned 77.4kWh battery model with either rear or all-wheel-drive; from £45,400 and £48,900 respectively. Standard equipment includes an upgraded interior with soft-touch materials and part-leather upholstery, ambient lighting and a sliding centre console. The updated models now also boast a digital rear-view mirror as well as a V2L (Vehicle-To-Load) system, which was previously a paid optional extra. This allows owners to plug in electrical items to their Ioniq 5 and use it as a power source.

Ioniq 5 rear

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Ultimate was previously the range-topping trim level; this is only available with the larger battery pack and now starts from £48,400 for the rear-wheel-drive model, and £51,900 for all-wheel-drive cars. Hyundai is keen to justify the near-£2,500 price hike with an expanded range of standard equipment that includes blind-spot monitoring and a 360-degree camera system. This comes on top of a set of 20-inch alloy wheels, heated and ventilated front seats plus heated rear seats, a head up display, and a BOSE sound system. 

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Namsan Edition is named after the highest peak in Seoul, South Korea, and starts from £52,900, with all-wheel-drive costing £2,500 extra. This model will debut a full-length panoramic sunroof as standard, as well as digital wing mirrors which will improve efficiency as well as add to the Ioniq 5’s already-futuristic look. 

Namsan Edition cars will get an efficient heat pump and the Tech Pack, which are both also available for £995 on Premium and Ultimate models. The latter includes an electric driver’s seat with memory function, electrically retracting door handles, parking collision avoidance and remote control parking.

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