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February 4, 2023

Here Are The Full Specs Of The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 For The Philippines (w/ Specs)

Last December, Hyundai Motor Philippines (HMPH) made a surprise announcement surrounding the prices and general specs of its Ioniq 5 EV. As its market launch inches closer (it’s expected to make a formal market introduction at the Manila International Auto Show or MIAS in April), HMPH has revealed the full specs of the Ioniq 5, and they look competitive.

For the Philippine market, there are two variants of Hyundai’s battery electric crossover: the GLS 2WD S (Standard Range) priced at P 3.068 million, and the GLS 2WD L (Long Range) priced at P 3.698 million. HMPH has kept mum if they will adjust these prices considering the recently passed EO 12 which temporarily exempts EVs from certain tariffs.

The Ioniq 5 GLS 2WD S makes 170 horsepower and 350 Nm thanks to its rear-mounted permanent magnet synchronous motor. Mated to a single-speed gearbox, 0 to 100 km/h comes in 8.5 seconds. The onboard 58-kWh battery pack allows a maximum cruising range of 384 kilometers between charges. On the other hand, thanks to a larger 72.6-kWh battery, the GLS 2WD L makes more power out of the box: 217 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. It drops its 0 to 100 km/h time to just 7.4 seconds, while also extending the overall range to 451 kilometers.

HMPH also announced the colorways available: Phantom Black Pearl, Cyber Gray Metallic, Atlas White, and Gravity Gold Matte as well as its ownership package: 5-year / 200,000-kilometer bumper-to-bumper warranty, 8-year / 160,000-kilometer warranty for the high-voltage battery, and a 5-year / 75,000-kilometer free PMS package.

Every Ioniq 5 will also come bundled with the portable ICCB or In-Cable Control Box Charger. The ICCB is smart enough to facilitate communication between the charging port and the vehicle to ensure safe charging. The automaker says they will also provide alternative solutions including a home-installed wall box for 10x faster charging speeds versus the ICCB (22 kW), EV chargers located at Hyundai dealerships, and even establishment partnerships for complimentary charging.

You can skip to the bottom for the full line-by-line specs, or you can scroll through to find out the differences between the Ioniq 5 GLS 2WD S and the Ioniq 5 GLS 2WD L.

In terms of exterior features, standard on both models are LED headlights with dedicated LED DRLs. In fact, the only differentiating factor between the two variants are its wheels with the Standard Range version riding on 19s (235/55R19) to the Long Range’s 20s (255/45R20). In addition, it’s only the Long Range variant that gets auto on/off headlights.

Inside, the sole interior color is Obsidian Black (single-tone), while interior accoutrements include leather seats with adjustable lumbar support for the front occupants, a 60/40 split-folding rear seat, dual zone climate control, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and wireless device charging. The Long Range variant is differentiated by the power adjustment for the front seats with memory and a built-in “Relaxation Mode.” It’s the only variant to offer ventilated and heated seats, a power tailgate, and a panoramic sunroof.

Safety-wise, the Ioniq 5 comes standard with a full set of airbags (6), ABS with EBD, stability control, blind spot collision warning with collision avoidance assist, tire pressure sensors, blind spot view monitor, cruise control, and a 360-degree camera. Stepping up to the GLS 2WD L, it adds an array of advanced driver assist features like adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go support, lane keep assist, forward collision avoidance assist, driver attention warning, rain-sensing wipers, and rear cross traffic collision avoidance.

With HMPH’s announcement of the Ioniq 5’s full specs, we’re curious as to how Kia Philippines will respond with its EV6. Officially, the EV6 was previously announced to arrive with a suggested retail price of “less than P 4-million.” However, it will still come with out-of-pocket PMS costs amounting to P 25,000 for the first five years.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Philippine Specifications
  • Seating Capacity: 5
  • Electric Motor Type: Permanent Magnet Synchronous
  • Maximum Output: 170 PS (217 PS for GLS 2WD L)
  • Maximum Torque: 350 Nm
  • Battery Type: Liquid-Cooled, Lithium-Ion
  • Battery Capacity: 58 kWh (72.6 kWh for GLS 2WD L)
  • Voltage: 522.7 V (653.4 V for GLS 2WD L)
  • Transmission Type: Single-Speed Reduction Gear w/ E-Shift for Shift-by-Wire (SBW)
  • Vehicle To Load
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Steering & Suspension
  • Steering System: Rack & Pinion Motor-Driven Power Steering
  • Steering Column: Tilt/Telescopic, Manual Adjust
  • Steering Wheel: 2-Spoke, Leather, w/ Controls
  • Drive Mode Select
  • Paddle Shifters
  • Front Suspension: Independent, MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Independent, Multi-Link
  • Front Brakes: 17-inch Ventilated Disc
  • Rear Brakes: 17-inch Disc
  • Parking Brake: Electronic w/ Auto Hold
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Dimensions & Weights
  • Overall Length: 4,635 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,890 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,605 mm
  • Wheelbase: 3,000 mm
  • Wheels: 19-inch Alloy (20-inch Alloy for GLS 2WD L)
  • Full-Size Spare Tire and Alloy Wheel
  • Tires: 235/55R19 (255/45R20 for GLS 2WD L)
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Exterior Features
  • LED + Projector Headlights
  • Auto Light Control (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • LED Position Light
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Body-Colored Side Mirrors
  • Power Adjust, Power Folding, Heated Side View Mirrors
  • Parametric Pixel Rear Combination Lamp
  • Chrome Outside Door Handle
  • Front & Rear Mudguards
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Interior Features
  • Leather Seats
  • Driver & Front Passenger Power Seat w/ Memory (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Heated/Ventilated Seats (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Relaxation Mode (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Adjustable Lumbar Support for Front Seats
  • 60/40 Split-Fold Rear Seats
  • One-Touch Up/Down Front Windows
  • Chrome Inner Door Handle
  • 12.3-inch TFT LCD Instrument Cluster
  • Center Armrest
  • Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Power Tailgate (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Illuminated Driver & Passenger Vanity Mirror
  • Vision Roof Panoramic Sunroof (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror
  • Room Lamp
  • Mood Lamp
  • Aero-Type Wiper
  • Luggage Lamps
  • Wireless Charger
  • USB Chargers
  • 12.3-inch Touch Screen Display Audio
  • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
  • 6 Speakers (8 Speakers, Bose Speaker System for GLS 2WD L)
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Safety Features
  • 6 SRS Airbags
  • Anti-Lock Braking System
  • Brake Assist System
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Cruise Control (Adaptive w/ Stop-and-Go Support for GLS 2WD L)
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Lane Keep Assist (for GLS 2WD L only)
  • Forward Collision Avoidance Assist for Car/Cyclist/Pedestrian (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Blind Spot Collision Warning
  • Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist for Front and Rear
  • Driver Attention Warning (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Lane Following Assist (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Manual Speed Limit
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Rain Sensing Wipers (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Rear Seat Alert
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Avoidance (GLS 2WD L only)
  • Blind Spot View Monitor
  • Surround View Monitor
  • Keyless Entry with Smart Key & Push-Start Button
  • Immobilizer


  1. When are these cars available?

  2. Is the price already without the importation tax? Or Wil that price be available on a later date?

    1. These prices already take into account the EVIDA law (i.e. zero importy duty for EVs).

  3. Asked an agent if they will update the price of the Ioniq5 and she told me that the EO12 tariff exemption is already "priced in". Though I personally doubt that Hyundai somehow predicted the tax exemption months ago when they announced the prices of these cars, it also means Hyundai has no intentions of re-adjusting the price which is disappointing.

  4. With the automotive industry going ablast towards electrification, is it a good thing that we should look forward to or should it make us worry because ICE cars might soon be gone forever?


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