2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

The pictured Ioniq 5 test car doesn’t feature any camouflage but there are enough differences to raise a few eyebrows.

The prototype is wearing the stock model’s body, but the new set of wheels betray that this is a performance-focused variant. Behind the large-diameter rims, we can see the bigger brake discs, while the low-profile Pirelli P Zero tires are also wider than in the stock version.

The test car sits closer to the ground with wider front and rear tracks. It is also expected to have a stiffer suspension, something that was already noticeable to our spy photographers from the way it rode on the street. The production version will probably feature adaptive dampers, altering the ride/handling balance through different drive modes.

While we kind of love the “sleeper” look of this Ioniq 5, we are quite certain that the production Ioniq 5 N will wear a redesigned bodykit. This will likely include wider fenders, different bumpers, and possibly a larger rear spoiler, further distinguishing it from lesser variants together with the N badges.

In terms of power, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 could use the dual-motor electric powertrain already found on the Kia EV6 GT flagship. This offers a combined output of 577 hp (430 kW / 585 PS) and 546 lb-ft (740 Nm) of torque which sounds perfect for Hyundai’s N Performance. Power is sent to all four wheels with the help of an electronic limited-slip differential, allowing a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration time of 3.5 seconds. In the Kia, top speed is limited to 260 km/h (162 mph), while the 77.4 kWh battery allows for a 252 miles (405 km) range.
























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We can’t tell for now but the camouflage could be hiding additional visual enhancements, such as more aggressive bumpers and an additional diffuser at the back. More importantly, however, the electric powertrain of the Ioniq 5 N is likely getting a big boost compared to the variants that are currently available.

Different sources suggest the performance EV could adopt the most powerful powertrain option of the Kia EV6 sister model, which has 576 horsepower (430 kilowatts) on tap in the GT trim. Bear in mind the platform of the two cars is allegedly capable of handling up to 600 hp (447 kW), so a few more ponies could be squeezed to set the Hyundai apart from its Kia sibling.

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