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Looking for more details about Singapore's first locally-assembled all-electric Ioniq 5? We have the juicy numbers right here.

13 Jan 2023 | Local News : Singapore

Hyundai Motor Company and the Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Centre have unveiled the made-in-Singapore Ioniq 5 here at the 2023 Singapore Motor Show.

Based on Hyundai's Electric-Global Modular electric vehicle Platform, the Ioniq 5 offers not only a flat floor, but also packages its batteries underneath this floor, maximising cabin space for all passengers.

The Ioniq 5 comes with a 12.3-inch full infotainment touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital cluster in the cabin
A total of three trim levels of the Ioniq 5 are being offered here in Singapore, with the pack being led by a 'Inspiration' trim vehicle, which will offer a claimed 320bhp output, alongside a peak torque of 605Nm thanks to motors at both axles. This output will launch the car from a standstill to 100km/h in just 5.1 seconds.

This trim can only be had with a 77kWh battery, and is the only trim that will come with the Bose premium audio system, as well as 20-inch rims as standard.

Lower down the pecking order is the 'Prestige' trim, which can be had with either a 77kWh or a 58kWh battery. However, this trim will be offered only with a two-wheel drive drivetrain that pushes out 225bhp and 350Nm of torque. This output will see the car completing the century sprint in 7.3 seconds.

The first 100 made-in-Singapore examples of the Ioniq 5 will feature special debossed seats and 'First 100' badges
This intermediate trim also differs itself from the one below it with the addition of the Ioniq 5's signature Parametric Pixel headlamps and rear combination lights, and chrome mouldings on the side of the vehicle body, as well as ventilated and memory seats for the driver and front passenger, amongst other features.

But perhaps most interesting is the final, 'Exclusive' trim. This trim will also come available with either the 58kWh or the 77kWh battery, but its two-wheel drive setup will instead offer a total of 143bhp and 350Nm of torque, allowing it to duck under the 110kW output cap to be registered here with a Cat A COE. The century sprint is completed in 9.5 seconds in this car.

Opt for either of the two-wheel drive trims with the 77kWh battery and you'll get the maximum range available from the Ioniq 5, at a WLTP 507km. The all-wheel drive 'Inspiration' trim Ioniq 5 meanwhile, will offer a WLTP range of 454km, while the two-wheel drive setup powered by the 58kWh battery will deliver a range of 384km.

Bidding for the special commemorative plates is set to end at 6:00pm come 19 January 2023
All trims will get a 12.3-inch full infotainment touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital cluster in the cabin, alongside a leather wrapped steering wheel and paddle shifters for easy adjustments of the level of regenerative braking. Singapore customers are currently being invited to pre-book their Ioniq 5 online via Hyundai Singapore's site here.

The first 100 built-in-Singapore examples of the Ioniq 5 are set to be sold with Gravity Matte Gold exteriors, Dark Pebble Grey interiors, signature 'First 100' badges, and special commemorative plates. All examples of the first 100 Ioniq 5 will come with the all-wheel drive drivetrain, alongside the 77kWh battery. Proceeds from this bidding exercise are set to be donated to the President's Challenge.

The first 100 examples of this Ioniq 5 is retailing at $147,800, before COE and the cost of the bidded plates. Join the bidding exercise or find out more about the charity auction via Hyundai Singapore's site here.

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