Ioniq 5 vs. ID.4: Comparison of Hyundai and Volkswagen EVs

In addition to their price tags, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Volkswagen ID.4 are both good electric vehicles. With gas prices rising every day, many homes are beginning to consider electric cars as a possible solution.

Both VW ID.4 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 EVs offer excellent features and driving range. Customers will be able to choose from a wide range of car manufacturers in 2022, unlike only Tesla's electric cars a few years ago.

In the near future, Porsche, Audi, and BMW will electrify their entire fleet. As well as Hyundai, VW, Renault, and many others, many other car companies are developing a viable, mass-market electric vehicle.

Hyundai's Kona EV, a value-for-money offering, caught the attention of many consumers. It has a long driving range and great performance. With its ID.3 electric hatchback, VW made a big splash, an affordable EV built on a skateboard architecture.

Both the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and VW ID.4 are electric SUVs that offer an excellent range and are relatively affordable. However, the design is very different.

Hyundai's Ioniq 5 incorporates retro and future design elements, creating a car that's sure to stand out. Those who prefer this type of design will find the VW ID.4 to blend seamlessly into the crowd.

It comes in two configurations: All-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 comes with two battery sizes.

The top-spec Hyundai Ioniq 5 can produce up to 225 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque. VW ID.4 offers two battery options and comes in RWD and AWD variants. It can produce 295 hp and 339 lb-ft of torque.

There are two screens on the Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV: a driver-side screen and a 12.3-inch infotainment screen. There's also Highway Driving Assist 2.

Autonomous driving technology from Volkswagen performs automatic lane changes, keeps the vehicle in a lane, manages the vehicle speed, and keeps an eye on side traffic. There are two screens on the VW ID.4 with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

There's no automatic lane change support on the VW ID.4 like it does on the Hyundai Ioniq 5. Ioniq 5's rear seats slide to change the boot's default size of 27.2 cubic feet quite easily.

With a smaller interior space, the VW ID.4 compensates with a bigger boot space of 30.3 cubic feet.. Hyundai's Ioniq 5 offers 303 miles of driving range, and it can charge up to 240kW thanks to an 800-volt battery.

There are up to 125kW charging rates and 280 miles of driving range with the VW ID.4. After the federal EV tax credit, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 RWD offers the best value for money at $37,350.

The VW ID.4 PRO with the RWD model costs around $41,230 for the RWD model and almost $33,730 after the EV tax credit. In terms of range and features, the Ioniq 5 is a good choice. The VW ID.4 is a great choice for users on a budget seeking a similarly capable EV.

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