The 2025 Hyundai Ioniq N Will Land With an Almost $70,000 Price Tag


the 2025 hyundai ioniq n will land with an almost 70 000 price tag

Hyundai is expanding its “N” performance line with the new electric Ioniq 5 N, which will land as a 2025 model. The automaker recently priced the hot EV, making it the most expensive vehicle in its lineup in the United States.

The Ioniq 5 N comes with a hefty $67,475 price tag, which includes a $1,375 destination charge. That price makes it more expensive than the Hyundai Nexo fuel cell vehicle by about five grand and a whopping $25,000 pricier than the cheapest “regular” Ioniq 5. It’s also around $5,000 more than the Kia EV6 GT, the closest rival to the Ioniq 5 N.

Of course, that money buys a lot of performance and plenty of features. Hyundai is selling the EV as a single trim, so it gets all the goodies that would otherwise cost extra. In addition to the power output, which at 601 horsepower and up to 641 ponies with temporary boost engaged, is prodigious and a low-three-second 0-60 mph time, it gets a sporty but well-trimmed interior, plenty of tech, and a load of safety kit.

Hyundai also made substantive updates to the Ioniq 5’s propulsion system, including an upgraded thermal management system to prevent battery damage during extreme track driving. Selectable drive modes let the driver dial in performance and energy consumption. The Endurance mode limits peak power output to conserve battery on the track, while Sprint gives full juice for the fastest lap times.

Inside, the hot SUV gets a unique steering wheel design with the N logo and a center console optimized for track driving. It offers a knee pad and shin support, and the armrests are adjustable. Finally, its sport seats come wrapped in synthetic suede and offer heating and ventilation.

[Image: Hyundai]

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