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Hyundai Kia’s Seoul-Sister. Or Seoul-destroyer?

The new emphasis of Hyundai with the Ioniq 5 is simply a masterpiece of future, able to compete with the giant KIA and its models. Not only Hyundai has progressed through a new level of technology and drivability, it is defining the automotive industry with consciousness and elaborated products. What you were thinking about Hyundai is starting to change because quality, comfort and security make this brand steps ahead of others. Probably we need to wait to see how competitors response, but we know for sure that EVs are getting damn better!

Ioniq 5

Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 might be a doppelgänger for its 45 concept car, but this all-electric SUV is just a click away from your driveway. There’s super-sized in-car tech and a downsized carbon footprint – think recycled bottles (honestly better than it sounds) and bio paint mixed from plant extracts by a Tibetan yoga teacher (okay, the yoga bit’s fake).


The Hyundai Kona electric car is WAY BETTER THAN THE COMBUSTION HYUNDAI KONA. It has great performance, even greater range and super tech like wireless phone charging and a futuristic head-up display.


Like many a Hollywood starlet, the Hyundai Ioniq has had a bit of a nip and tuck since its 2017 launch. The 2020 version of the all-electric Ioniq is faster, rangier and a bit more tech-ier.
Concept car


The concept Hyundai 45 was Hyundai's first move into creating an all-electric compact SUV crossover. And what a move it was. It has now come to fruition in the form of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and is set to battle the aggressive Skoda Enyaq