The electric 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 has received a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)—the organization’s highest safety award.
To make it to the Top Safe + Honors List, Ioniq 5 received the highest “Good” score of all IIHS . crash test, as well as a top “Premium” rating for frontal collision prevention technology. The base SE trim level’s headlights only receive an “Acceptable” rating (other trim levels receive higher ratings) and the LATCH child seat anchors also receive an “Acceptable” rating only. , but that was enough for Ioniq 5 to take the top spot of the reward.
The Top Safety Pick+ rating only applies to vehicles manufactured after December 2021, when Hyundai makes changes to the front seats that could affect the headrest rating, the IIHS noted in a statement. Press Release. However, that was not a far cry in the production process for the US market. It’s also important to note that the federal National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has not yet rated the Ioniq 5.
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5
Still, we can at least add some good safety ratings to our positive first impressions of Hyundai’s first dedicated EV. In one first time drivingwe found the Ioniq 5 to be very charming in almost every respect.
Perhaps this is also good news for the Kia EV6 and then Genesis GV60, both built on the same E-GMP . Platform. The EV6 is closely related to the Ioniq 5, but not identical, and it has yet to be evaluated. Many Americans can find it’s easier to buyHowever.
Hyundai has an excellent record of safety in its electric vehicles. Even the Nexo hydrogen fuel cell vehicle earns a Top Safety Choice+ rating for 2022, as it did in its first model year.