Hyndia Ioniq 5 review: range, design and practicality put this retro-inspired EV at the heart of the family

Matt Allan of National World has reviewed the Hyundai IONIQ 5.

On the road, the Ioniq 5 shows what seems to be a developing pattern in mainstream EVs, with a focus on commendable ride and refinement at the expense of driving enjoyment. Acceleration is razor sharp and linear and there’s plenty of stability and grip thanks to the low-slung battery pack but it’s not a particularly entertaining car to drive.

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