2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Electric Hot Hatch Priced at AU$111,000 in Australia

The 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is gearing up to hit Australian roads in the first quarter of the upcoming year, but it’s arriving with a noteworthy price tag of AU$111,000 ($72,000), making it the priciest Hyundai model to date.

To kick off the excitement, a special pre-sale event has been scheduled for September 15, spanning 12 hours, allowing eager customers to place their orders for what promises to be one of the most thrilling electric vehicles in recent memory. During this exclusive window, customers can tailor their ideal Ioniq 5 N using the Hyundai Australia website and secure their reservation with a AU$2,000 ($1,297) deposit.

2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N
2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

In a generous gesture, those who opt for the pre-sale purchase will receive a gift package brimming with goodies, including two Hyundai N cases in collaboration with Pelican, an N-branded flashlight, and assorted merchandise, amounting to an estimated value of around AU$1,000 ($648).

Interestingly, the Ioniq 5 N will be offered in a single, highly-equipped variant, with only two optional choices: a AU$2,000 ($1,297) Vision Roof and a AU$1,000 ($648) matte paint finish. Shoppers can select their high-performance EV from a palette of striking colors, including Performance Blue Matte, Performance Blue, Abyss Black, Cyber Gray, Ecotronic Gray, Atlas White Matte, Atlas White, Gravity Gold Matte, and Soultronic Orange.

Enthusiasts in Australia will have the opportunity to witness the Ioniq 5 N in action for the first time at the Sydney Motorsport Park during the World Time Attack Challenge happening this weekend.

Under the hood, the Ioniq 5 N boasts an enlarged 84 kWh battery pack that powers revised electric motors on both the front and rear axles. The front motor delivers a robust 166 kW (222 hp), while the rear motor impressively churns out 282 kW (378 hp). This configuration provides the Ioniq 5 N with a formidable total output of 448 kW (601 hp) in standard mode and a staggering 478 kW (641 hp) with Boost Mode engaged. As a result, this electrifying ride can sprint from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 162 mph (260 km/h).

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