Hyundai Australia has set the scene for the upcoming release of its first-ever high-
performance electric vehicle, the IONIQ 5 N with a number of pre-sale enticements.

The online pre-sale on the Hyundai Australia website (hyundai.com.au) will open on
September 15 for 12 hours, starting at midday and running through until midnight

IONIQ 5 N will only be available to pre-order on this date, which coincides with N
Birthday – the day the N brand was unveiled for the first time, at the 2015 Frankfurt
Motor Show.

Customers will be able to configure IONIQ 5 N in their combination of options and
exterior colour before securing their order with a $2000 deposit. Initial deliveries are
scheduled for the first quarter of 2024.

Pre-sale customers will receive a special gift package which includes a Hyundai N x
Pelican set featuring two cases and a torch, as well as additional N merchandise,
with a total value of around $1000.

IONIQ 5 N will be offered in a single highly equipped variant at $111,000 plus on-
road costs. Two options are available, a Vision Roof at $2000 and Matte Paint at

Vehicles will be built to order in each customer’s chosen combination of option(s)
and exterior colour – there is no pre-configured specification for IONIQ 5 N.

The IONIQ 5 N palette includes Performance Blue Matte, Performance Blue, Abyss
Black, Cyber Gray, Ecotronic Gray, Atlas White Matte, Atlas White, Gravity Gold
Matte and Soultronic Orange.

Detailed Australian specifications for IONIQ 5 N will be announced closer to launch.

About Alistair Kennedy

Alistair Kennedy is Automotive News Service and Marque Publishing's business manager and the company's jack-of-all-trades. An accountant by profession, he designs the Marque range of motoring book titles, operates the company's motoring bookshop on the NSW Central Coast and the associated web site, as well as its huge digital and hard copy database. Whenever we can escape from the office he does so to cover new vehicle releases and contributes news stories. Alistair's other interests include cricket and family history on which he has written three books.
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