- IONIQ 5 recognised by Company Car & Van for second year in a row
- Long range and low BIK for fleet operators
For the second year in a row, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 has been recognised by SME fleet specialist Company Car & Van.
Following on from its overall Car of the Year win last year, IONIQ 5 has once again found success in the annual Company Car & Van awards, this time securing the Large Electric Car of the Year accolade.
IONIQ 5’s award win will place the fully electric model in front of Company Car & Van’s audience of key decision makers across 7,100 SME fleets, with a reach of 28,000 fleet managers, company directors & end users.
Whilst the IONIQ 5 doesn't have a large footprint, its spacious interior offers more cabin space than many larger electric cars. It also looks fantastic, both inside & out, comes very well equipped & the on-board tech is some of the best out there. Factor in a real-world range of 250 miles, low BIK & company car drivers should be taking a long hard look.
Award wins are a fantastic recognition for any model but to standout in the fleet sector is a key measure of success for any electric vehicle. IONIQ 5’s combination of low BIK, practical packaging and real-world performance makes it an attractive proposition for any fleet operator.
The IONIQ 5’s compelling credentials see a series of enhancements for the 2023 model year. The introduction of a 77kWh battery pack has seen the potential range extend to up to 315 miles(1) and power increase to 325PS – an 11PS rise over the previous 72.6 kWh battery. A new battery heating and conditioning feature is also now standard across the range to enable more consistent charging whilst the E-GMP platform’s standard 800v charging system provides 350kW ultra-fast charger compatibility. Handling and ride comfort have also been upgraded with the addition of smart frequency dampers to improve the response of the front and rear suspension.
(1) WLTP cycle