Hyundai will sell its Ioniq 5 N electric vehicle via approved retailers starting in March. The car was unveiled at AutoMobility LA. The Ioniq 5 N is the company’s first N-branded EV and offers high-performance with a 0-60 MPH time of over three seconds and a top speed of 161 MPH. It features dual motors that produce 641 Horsepower and an 84 kWH battery that charges from 10 to 80 percent in 18 minutes on a DCFC 350 kW charger. The car includes high-performance features and driver feedback, as well as N-branded elements throughout. It is also equipped with a 10-speaker sound system and a newly-designed control center. Pricing for the Ioniq 5 N has not been announced but the standard Ioniq 5 starts at $39,700.
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