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Overview of the new electric sports cars for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N and Ioniq 6 N

Ioniq 6 N and N Vision 74

Hyundai’s new electric athletes roam here

Ioniq 5 N, Ioniq 6 N and possibly also N Vision 74 – from 2023 Hyundai’s dynamic electric cars will already be even sportier. New competition may be dangerous for the Porsche Taycan & Co.

Wolfgang Gommol and Raoul Scheinin

A prototype of the Ioniq 6 N with the Star Wars-like designation RN22e is already busy running test cycles on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring (D). As this rolling sports lab shares an E-GMP platform and drivetrain with the Ioniq 5, its technical data reveals the power with which the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is likely to enter the track from next year.

With a length of 4.91 meters and a battery of 77.4 kWh 4×4, the power of 585 hp (430 kW) and torque of 740 Nm can reach a top speed of more than 250 km / h. So it is quite competitive against the Porsche Taycan and its colleagues. But the type of sports car is distinguished not only by longitudinal dynamics. Small athletes such as the Hyundai i20 N or i30 N impress today above all with their agility. This shouldn’t be any different with the purely electric Ioniq-N versions.