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It looks like an electric Venue. Which is... okay I guess.
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jonescg wrote: Thu, 28 Jan 2021, 18:05 It looks like an electric Venue. Which is... okay I guess.
It's got that Lancia Delta Integrale feel... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancia_De ... luzione%22
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reecho wrote: Fri, 29 Jan 2021, 11:12
jonescg wrote: Thu, 28 Jan 2021, 18:05 It looks like an electric Venue. Which is... okay I guess.
It's got that Lancia Delta Integrale feel... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancia_De ... luzione%22
Yeah I agree. That's no bad thing.
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brendon_m wrote: Thu, 28 Jan 2021, 17:41 That's also been pulled. What a great advertising campaign :roll:
I think somebody got a but keen as the original date on a posted video was Feb 2nd.

https://youtu.be/cVhidsOrh_k
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Lots of expensive advertising there. :?
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Judging by the "leaks" the reveal must be getting close. I'd say it's deliberate.. why would you be driving a prototype around in camo just days before the vehicle is officially released.

I wouldn't be at all worried about the panel gaps on a prototype.

https://insideevs.com/news/483433/tesla ... i-ioniq-5/
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Hyundai have just announced on their international Instagram that the release will be on the 23rd of Feb for the Ioniq 5. I think it's 5pm next Tuesday Brisbane time.

EDIT: Lots of details here. Particularly around charging and V2L.

Teaser pics too without camo. Looks like the front has (sensibly) gotten much shorter so hopefully will have good packaging.

https://www.hyundai.com/worldwide/en/ioniq/ioniq5
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If you sign up for updates on the Australian Hyundai site the email says Spring 2021. I hope that holds up and we're not pushed way to the back of the queue.
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t.wardrop wrote: Wed, 17 Feb 2021, 14:24 If you sign up for updates on the Australian Hyundai site the email says Spring 2021. I hope that holds up and we're not pushed way to the back of the queue.
With a possible stop sale in the USA we could be one of the first.
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For anyone wishing to watch the live stream it's on at 4pm Korean Standard time, or 5pm Brisbane, 6pm everywhere else.

https://insideevs.com/news/489828/hyund ... ivestream/
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ResistanceIsFutile wrote: Tue, 23 Feb 2021, 13:09 For anyone wishing to watch the live stream it's on at 4pm Korean Standard time, or 5pm Brisbane, 6pm everywhere else.

https://insideevs.com/news/489828/hyund ... ivestream/
You'll trigger the Western Australians with comments like that ;)
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Chuq wrote: Tue, 23 Feb 2021, 14:46
You'll trigger the Western Australians with comments like that ;)
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Project 45, the top-end first edition Ioniq, is 48,000 UK Pounds excluding the UK government grant!! Way above my pay grade.
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In the US, the larger of the two battery sizes goes from 72.6 kWh (international) to 77 .4kWh (USA only I believe, though he says North America). But they get less froot (frunk for them) space.



[ Edit: 77.4 kWh is USA only, not Canada, it seems ]
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coulomb wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 08:30 In the US, the larger of the two battery sizes goes from 72.6 kWh (international) to 77 .4kWh (USA only I believe, though he says North America). But they get less froot (frunk for them) space.
[ Edit: 77.4 kWh is USA only, not Canada, it seems ]
I wonder if that means the battery really is 78kWh and the US gets to use all of it while the rest of the world has more conservative battery management that never really charges to 100%.
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Looks a very tidy package but top spec will be expensive here in Oz it seems. The base spec I saw was 44000 euros so maybe around kona price. Could that means a price drop for a ioniq and Kona?
Disappointed it doesn't have V2G or H capabilities but Robert Llewellyn said this is coming in future iterations. Are they waiting for CCS spec to be updated?
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Peter C in Canberra wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 10:18
coulomb wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 08:30 In the US, the larger of the two battery sizes goes from 72.6 kWh (international) to 77 .4kWh (USA only I believe, though he says North America). But they get less froot (frunk for them) space.
[ Edit: 77.4 kWh is USA only, not Canada, it seems ]
I wonder if that means the battery really is 78kWh and the US gets to use all of it while the rest of the world has more conservative battery management that never really charges to 100%.
As SK is banned from selling batteries into the USA for 10 years they must be using another vendor. Maybe CATL?
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sleeperpservice wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 10:55 Looks a very tidy package but top spec will be expensive here in Oz it seems. The base spec I saw was 44000 euros so maybe around kona price. Could that means a price drop for a ioniq and Kona?
Disappointed it doesn't have V2G or H capabilities but Robert Llewellyn said this is coming in future iterations. Are they waiting for CCS spec to be updated?
I liked the look of it. My main comments are that it's bigger than it looks .. quite a big car (over 4600 length). Also .. despite it looking like a hatch.. it's apparently not. That's a bit of a pain.. although I'm yet to see a photo of the boot open. It also means it's actually not really a Model y competitor.. more model 3.

I've got no idea how they are going to price it. I think if it's at or above the model 3 they are going to struggle to sell it in any numbers.
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ResistanceIsFutile wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 12:13
sleeperpservice wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 10:55 Are they waiting for CCS spec to be updated?
Also .. despite it looking like a hatch.. it's apparently not. That's a bit of a pain.. although I'm yet to see a photo of the boot open. It also means it's actually not really a Model y competitor.. more model 3.
I expect they would want to wait for the CCS standard. I would not like them to do something that does not follow the standard.
If not a hatch, that would be a disappointment too. One of the reasons I preferred to get a Kona over the Tesla Model 3 was the hatch, rather than low boot opening.
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Re questions above on if the Ioniq 5 is a hatch. It is.

See 6:28 in the following video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rnvzLm ... b_imp_woyt
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barwonev wrote: Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 14:33 Re questions above on if the Ioniq 5 is a hatch. It is.

See 6:28 in the following video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rnvzLm ... b_imp_woyt
Thankfully you are right!

What threw me was this article.

https://insideevs.com/news/489883/hyund ... hatchback/

Apparently it's not a hatchback it's a CUV. Whatever that is. With a hatch. :lol:
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Here are a couple of screenshots from a translated Ioniq Korean price list that was posted on InsideEVs forum. Both models are the biggest battery and RWD. Gives an idea of the features that could the basis for Australian base and luxury models.
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The news.com article says that some of the features such as driving assist features won't be available in Australia for launch. I haven't been able to find anything else on this and don't know where that info came from. Any ideas on knowing if this is correct or not?
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jimboaa wrote: Sun, 28 Feb 2021, 16:41 The news.com article says that some of the features such as driving assist features won't be available in Australia for launch. I haven't been able to find anything else on this and don't know where that info came from. Any ideas on knowing if this is correct or not?
All I have is I watched a review today and they said they will have one to test in “a few weeks”. So answers might not be too far away.
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