Recall that the Ioniq 5 N is powered by a pair of electric motors that provide a combined output of up to 478 kW (650 hp). In this case, we are talking about short-term performance when the N Grin Boost mode is activated (for a maximum of ten seconds), but even the system 448 kW (609 hp), which the drive system provides as standard, represents a decent portion of power.

This crossover accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 260 km/h.

The battery has a capacity of 84 kWh and, thanks to the 800V architecture, the Ioniq 5 N can handle charging power of up to 240 kW.

In light of these figures, the price for which this powerful electric car is available in the Czech Republic does not look bad. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N starts at 1,799,990 CZK. Yes, it is of course a lot of money, but a similar-sized Škoda Enyaq RS with a significantly more modest maximum output of 250 kW and the ability to accelerate from zero to one hundred in 5.5 seconds starts at 1,644,900 CZK, and in the Coupé version at 1,704,900 CZK .

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 already has a modified adaptive chassis, more powerful cooling, an electronically controlled e-LSD differential, 21-inch forged wheels, four-piston brake calipers at the front and brake discs with a diameter of 400 mm at the front and 360 mm at the rear as standard equipment. Inside, we find sports seats upholstered in a combination of fabric and leather.

Equipment level N Everyday for CZK 1,839,990 changes the upholstery of the sports seats to a combination of Alcantara and leather and also adds their ventilation.

Customers can also opt for additional additional elements, such as pastel, metallic or matt lacquers, or a fixed panoramic sunroof.

Hyundai provides a factory warranty for the car for 5 years without mileage limitation and an eight-year warranty for the traction battery, which is limited to 160,000 kilometers driven.