2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 price adjustments rumored

2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 price adjustments rumored

There are just a few small changes coming to the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5, the battery-electric crossover heading into its third year on the market. That might have something to do with a refreshed model expected soon, presaged by prototypes spotted on U.S. roads that can't hide their tweaked bumpers even under camouflage. For next year, every trim gets a wi-fi hotspot as standard equipment, activated once owners subscribe to Hyundai's Bluelink. All trims also get haptic feedback in the steering wheel for the lane-keeping assist and blind-spot detection systems. And for the top Limited trim, a digital rearview mirror can be optioned. That's the lot.

YouTube channel The Ioniq Guy sourced what's claimed to be pricing for the 2024 Ioniq 5 from some official-looking documents. Prices are mostly up -- but not by egregious amounts -- and the SEL trim even got slightly cheaper. The rumored MSRPs after the $1,335 destination charge, along with their changes from 2023 are:

  • SE RWD Standard Range: $42,985 ($200)

  • SE RWD: $47,035 ($200)

  • SE AWD: $50,535 ($200)

  • SEL RWD: $48,585 ($200 less)

  • SEL AWD: $52,085 ($200 less)

  • Limited RWD: $54,685 ($750)

  • Limited AWD: $58,855 ($750)

The SE Standard Range is the only one of the lot to fit the smaller 58-kWh battery, capping horsepower from its single motor to 168 and shortening its estimated range to 200 miles. The remaining three trims pack a 77.4-kWh battery, make 225 hp, and are estimated to go either 303 miles on a charge with rear-wheel drive or 266 miles with all-wheel drive.