Hyundai reveals the circuit Ioniq 5 N eN1, wants to race it sustainably


Hyundai revealed its plans to race the edgy Ioniq 5 N a few months ago, but now we get a better look at the track-ready electric car. According to the automaker, the car signals the start of a new era of sustainable racing.

In terms of technology, it is very close to the serial Ioniq 5 N – it is based on Hyundai’s E-GMP platform, has an 84kWh battery with a voltage of 800 V and two electric motors, of which the front one offers 175 kW, the rear one 303 kW. So a total of 478 kW or 650 horses. Also, charging from 10 to 80% takes only 18 minutes.

What is different is the suspension, which is adjustable in terms of stiffness, ground clearance and wheel camber. They are eighteen inches, forged and shod with racing slicks. The brakes are also stronger; the car has six-piston calipers at the front, four-piston calipers at the rear.

The most visible change is the aerodynamic bodykit, which fundamentally widens the car, adds a large front spoiler and an even larger rear wing. The hood is made of laminate for lightness, and the windows are polycarbonate. The N Grin Boost, N e-Shift and N Active Sound modes remain from the production car, but in addition, racing teams will be able to develop their own sounds.

New in the interior is a roll cage, racing seats with six-point belts, an overvoltage indicator, a fire extinguishing system and the possibility of emergency disconnection of the high-voltage drive system.

“This unique electric race car represents our breakthrough technology and passion for pushing the boundaries of what electric cars can do on race tracks,” said Till Wartenberg, Hyundai N’s head of marketing.

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The article is in Czech

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