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Hyundai Australia has announced that “over” 200 Ioniq 5s will be available next Wednesday, October 26 at 1pm AEDT, to buyers in all state and territory capital cities except the Northern Territory.
The exact size of the allocation has not been confirmed, but the October batch of cars will be the largest since the first run last September – and will double each of the last two allocations of cars, consisting of 119 to 135 cars.
Next week’s allocation will debut the model year 2023 Ioniq 5 range, powered by a larger 77.4kWh battery pack that delivers power across the range and a claimed driving range of over 500km for the first time.
Added for 2023 is a flagship Ioniq 5 Epiq model, which adds new-for-2023 digital side mirrors – which replace traditional mirrors with cameras, and project what they see onto the car’s display – plus improved efficiency. For a heat pump, a glass vision roof, and a battery conditioning system.
However, the Epiq won’t be available to order until another allocation of cars later this year – so the October 26 batch will be limited to rear-wheel-drive Dynamic and all-wheel-drive Technic models.
Prices start at $72,000 plus on-road costs for the Dynamiq RWD – $2100 more than the 2022 model, rising to $79,500 for the Techniq and $85,000 for the upcoming Epiq – thanks to specification changes.
For more details on the 2023 Ioniq 5 range, click here to read our full price and specifications breakdown. The first deliveries are set to begin next month.
In line with previous allocations, the October 26 cars are expected to be pre-built, with a range of colors and model variants to order from.
Every Hyundai Ioniq 5 allocation in Australia so far
|Date||Model year||States/cities included||Variants||Number of cars||Read more|
|Late September||2022||All states and territories||All (RWD and AWD)||240||Details|
|16 December 2021||2022||Sydney and Canberra||All (RWD and AWD)||90||Details|
|27 January 2022||2022||Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne||All (RWD and AWD)||66||Details|
|23 March 2022||2022||NSW, ACT, Victoria, Queensland, WA, SA and Tasmania||All (RWD and AWD)||100||Details|
|18 May 2022||2022||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart||All (RWD and AWD)||68||Details|
|20 July 2022||2022||All states and territories except the NT||Technique only||119||Details|
|10 August 2022||2022||All states and territories except the NT||All (Dynamiq 2WD and Techniq AWD)||135||Details|
|26 October 2022||2023||All states and territories except the NT||Dynamiq 2WD and Techniq AWD||More than 200||N/A|