The new 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 is the automaker's first EV built on the new Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).
The compact SUV is around the same length as Hyundai's Tucson.
The design features a geometric motif with stark angular details and a rectangular light signature.
The 5 will be offered at launch with either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, both powered by a long range 77.4-kWh battery.
The pure electric platform allowed the Ioniq 5's designers to stretch the wheelbase. The 182.5 inches between its axles is longer than the Palisade's wheelbase.
The single-motor configuration is good for 225 horsepower and can cruise for up to 303 miles per charge.
This dual-motor model steps up to 320 horsepower, but down to just 256 miles of range.
The long wheelbase frees up more passenger volume than a Mach-E or ID 4, but also costs it a bit of cargo volume.
Around back, the tail lights feature a pixel design that makes the Ioniq 5 look like a concept car.