Hyundai has officially revealed the US-spec IONIQ 5, and things are shaping up very nicely indeed for the handsome electric crossover. Announced back in February, the IONIQ 5 will be among the first of the automaker’s cars to use its new E-GMP platform, with tidbits like reverse charging, an AR windshield, and a deal where new owners get two years of free public charging.
That has seen Hyundai work with Electrify America to give access to its DC fast chargers across the US.
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