2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 price and specs: Range reshuffled with lower price, new tech


The Hyundai Ioniq 5 range has been overhauled, with a cheaper base grade below $70,000, and new technology features across the range.


  • 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 pricing and specifications
  • Dynamiq and Techniq variants replace launch variant
  • Lower price for Dynamiq, with smaller wheels, less kit
  • Trick head-up display and second V2L port added, glass roof now optional
  • Priced from $69,900 before on-road costs

Above: Pre-update 2022 Ioniq 5 pictured throughout.

Hyundai Australia has rejigged its 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric car range, with a lower starting price for the base model, and new features for both grades.

The old two-model, equally-featured Ioniq 5 range has been replaced with two repositioned variants: the base, rear-wheel-drive Ioniq 5 Dynamiq, as Hyundai Australia badges it, and the all-wheel-drive (AWD), flagship Ioniq 5 Techniq.

The new rear-drive-only Dynamiq variant is now pitched as the entry-level model, offering fewer features than the previous RWD model, for a price $2000 lower, at $69,900 plus on-road costs.



Meanwhile, the all-wheel-drive Techniq is the flagship of the range, priced from $77,500 plus on-road costs – $1600 more than before. Fixed pricing and online sales are retained for both models – which are still branded as 2022 vehicles.

Offsetting the price rise is the addition across the range of an augmented-reality (AR) head-up display – which ‘projects’ navigation arrows onto the road ahead – and a second vehicle-to-load (V2L) port, allowing the car’s battery to power external electrical devices.

However, the glass ‘Vision Roof’ has been cut from the standard equipment list of both models – and is now a $1500 option, available exclusively on the Techniq.



While Australia gains the AR head-up display and second V2L port (inside the cabin, joining one outside, both offering 3.6kW) offered overseas, our market misses out on the longer-range 77.4kWh battery available elsewhere, along with camera-based side ‘mirrors’.

Driving range has been increased for the updated range, in the form of 19-inch wheels and Michelin Primacy 4 tyres for the entry-level Dynamiq – replacing 20-inch wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport EV rubber – which increase WLTP range from 451km to 481km.

Other features removed from the Dynamiq compared to the old RWD model – aside from the larger wheels – include upgraded front ‘relaxation’ seats with ventilation and memory, a heated steering wheel, power-adjustable heated rear seats with memory, rear door sunshades, and an “under-bonnet insulator”.



Powering the entry-level Dynamiq is a carry-over 72.6kWh battery pack and 160kW/350Nm electric motor on the rear axle, good for a 7.4-second 0-100km/h time, and the aforementioned 481km driving range claim.

Meanwhile, the Techniq couples the same battery pack with 155kW rear and 70kW front electric motors, developing 225kW and 605Nm combined, for a 5.2-second 0-100kmh/h time, and 430km of claimed WLTP driving range.

The Ioniq 5 is capable of 800 volts and 350kW DC fast charging, good for a 10 to 80 per cent recharge in a claimed 18 minutes, in optimal conditions.



For a full list of standard features across both Ioniq 5 variants, scroll down to the lists below.

The first order round for the updated 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 range opens next Wednesday, July 20 – click here for more details. Despite an overhauled range, these new Ioniq 5 variants continue to be badged Model Year 2022 vehicles.

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Australian pricing

  • Ioniq 5 Dynamiq RWD – $69,900 (down $2000 vs old RWD grade)
  • Ioniq 5 Techniq AWD – $77,500 (up $1600 over old AWD grade)

Note: All prices above exclude on-road costs.



2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Dynamiq standard features:

  • 19-inch alloy wheels with tyre repair kit (new vs old RWD)
  • Michelin Primacy 4 tyres, 235/55 profile (new vs old RWD)
  • Augmented-reality head-up display (new)
  • Vehicle to load ports, exterior (new) and interior (carry-over)
  • 57-litre front storage compartment
  • Dusk-sensing LED projector headlights with auto high beam
  • LED tail-lights, indicators, front light bar
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, satellite navigation and digital radio
  • 10-way power-adjustable driver and passenger front seats with heating, two-way lumbar
  • Eco-processed leather-appointed seat upholstery
  • Leather-appointed steering wheel
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Eight-speaker Bose premium sound system
  • Wireless smartphone charger
  • Keyless (proximity) entry and start (with remote start)
  • Hands-free power tailgate
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Electric parking brake
  • Four USB ports and two 12-volt sockets
  • Rear privacy glass (tinted windows)
  • Auto up/down front windows only
  • Power-folding heated side mirrors
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Acoustic laminated windscreen and side glass (with ‘solar control’ attribute on windscreen, front doors)
  • Alloy pedals and scuff plates
  • Recycled ‘bio PET’ carpet
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • 360-degree camera
  • Automatic parking (from behind the wheel)
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (forward/reverse movement from the key fob, when standing beside the car)
  • Seven airbags, including front centre airbag
  • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian/cyclist detection and intersection support
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop and go, machine learning tech
  • Lane-keep assist
  • Lane following assist
  • Blind-spot monitoring (capable of detecting and braking for obstacles)
  • Rear cross-traffic alert (detection and braking)
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (projects camera feed from side mirrors into the instrument cluster when indicator is activated)
  • Driver attention warning (with leading vehicle departure alert)
  • Low-speed rear AEB (branded Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist)
  • Safe exit assist
  • Rear occupant alert
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Techniq adds (over Variant-A):

  • Augmented-reality head-up display and exterior V2L new for 2023, carried over from Dynamiq
  • Dual-motor all-wheel drive
  • 20-inch alloy wheels with 255/45 Michelin Pilot Sport EV tyres
  • Front ‘relaxation’ seats with ventilation and memory
  • Two-way (fore and aft) power-adjustable 60:40 rear seats with heating and memory
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Rear door sunshades
  • Under-bonnet insulator
  • Smaller 25-litre front storage area (due to second electric motor)

  • Vision Roof fixed glass sunroof ($1500 on Techniq, coming to base Dynamiq later in 2022)
  • Matte paint ($1000, both grades)

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