Hyundai Ioniq 5 Speeds Through Moose Testing in Style

About a month ago, the Kia EV6 took a challenging mouse test. He passed smoothly and posted a best run of 78 km/h (48.5 mph). That run was enough to beat out some of the higher-performance models.  But this time around, it's the EV6's cousin that takes the mouse test. This is the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and it was km77.com that did the testing at Denki Hyundai. We jump into the chase here and say it was even better than the Kia. The Kia finished at 78 km/h, while the Hyundai was able to surpass the Pylon at 80 km/h (49.7 mph) without hitting anything.  If these results aren't impressive enough, the Ioniq 5 will go through the cone faster than the Mercedes-AMG A45s (75 km/h or 46.6 mph) and the BMW M235i (68 km/h or 42.2 mph) . Rice fields. Of course, this isn't suggesting that the Hyundai is a sportier car than the two German performance cars, but it does show just how capable the Ioniq is when it comes to road holding. Tires are also a factor here, but they don't take away from the Hyundai's good performance.  At 80 km/h, the Ioniq 5 Moose is on par with the Toyota GR Yaris in the test. The result makes Hyundai one of the fastest cars to be tested. That said, both electric cars are fast. These cars are in line with the Tesla Model Y Model 3, which reaches speeds of 83 km/h (52 mph).     Km77.com said they had the best results with the top tier regenerative braking system. At lower settings, the Ioniq 5 could not avoid the cone at 78 km/h (48.5 mph). The Post also noted that it was not the lightest-feeling car in slalom, but explained that the body movements were smooth. With that in mind, you shouldn't have much trouble avoiding sudden bumps while riding any of these.

About a month ago, the Kia EV6 took a challenging mouse test. He passed smoothly and posted a best run of 78 km/h (48.5 mph). That run was enough to beat out some of the higher-performance models.

But this time around, it's the EV6's cousin that takes the mouse test. This is the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and it was km77.com that did the testing at Denki Hyundai. We jump into the chase here and say it was even better than the Kia. The Kia finished at 78 km/h, while the Hyundai was able to surpass the Pylon at 80 km/h (49.7 mph) without hitting anything.

If these results aren't impressive enough, the Ioniq 5 will go through the cone faster than the Mercedes-AMG A45s (75 km/h or 46.6 mph) and the BMW M235i (68 km/h or 42.2 mph) . Rice fields. Of course, this isn't suggesting that the Hyundai is a sportier car than the two German performance cars, but it does show just how capable the Ioniq is when it comes to road holding. Tires are also a factor here, but they don't take away from the Hyundai's good performance.

At 80 km/h, the Ioniq 5 Moose is on par with the Toyota GR Yaris in the test. The result makes Hyundai one of the fastest cars to be tested. That said, both electric cars are fast. These cars are in line with the Tesla Model Y Model 3, which reaches speeds of 83 km/h (52 mph).

Km77.com said they had the best results with the top tier regenerative braking system. At lower settings, the Ioniq 5 could not avoid the cone at 78 km/h (48.5 mph). The Post also noted that it was not the lightest-feeling car in slalom, but explained that the body movements were smooth. With that in mind, you shouldn't have much trouble avoiding sudden bumps while riding any of these.

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