2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5: Next allocation to go on sale August 10

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5: Next allocation to go on sale August 10

Another 135 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric cars will go on sale next Wednesday, for capital city buyers in nearly all states and territories.

Another batch of 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric cars will become available to order next Wednesday, August 10.

Hyundai Australia confirmed today the next Ioniq 5 allocation – the seventh since the car went on sale last September – will open at 1:00pm AEST on August 10, for buyers in the capital cities of all states and territories except the Northern Territory.

The latest batch will comprise 135 cars – the most of any since the initial 240 released last September, though given Hyundai Australia sells every car it makes available, supply is still outstripped by demand.

Both entry-level, rear-wheel-drive Dynamiq 2WD and flagship, all-wheel-drive Techniq AWD variants will be available to purchase, with the higher grade including a glass ‘Vision Roof’ as standard.

As with prior allocations, the August 10 vehicles are expected to be pre-built – though a mix of colors and model grades is expected to be offered.

Hyundai Australia says buyers in the latest allocation should expect to take delivery “within two months” – indicating the final arrivals by mid October.

Hyundai’s system of releasing a small batch of Ioniq 5s every month is intended to cut wait times – in contrast to the two regions-year wait that faces buyers of the related Kia EV6 – and ensure buyers in applicable have an equal chance of securing a vehicle .

Pricing and specifications for the latest batch were revealed last month, with an entry-level Dynamiq grade from $69,900 plus on-road costs, or a top-of-the-range Techniq from $77,500 plus on-road costs. Click here for more details.

Every Hyundai Ioniq 5 allocation in Australia so far

Date States/cities included Variants Number of cars Read more
Late September All states and territories All (RWD and AWD) 240 Details
16 December 2021 Sydney and Canberra All (RWD and AWD) 90 Details
27 January 2022 Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne All (RWD and AWD) 66 Details
23 March 2022 NSW, ACT, Victoria, Queensland, WA, SA and Tasmania All (RWD and AWD) 100 Details
18 May 2022 Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart All (RWD and AWD) 68 Details
20 July 2022 All states and territories except the NT Techniq only 119 Details
10 August 2022 All states and territories except the NT All (Dynamiq 2WD and Techniq AWD) 135 N/A

Total cars made available since launch: 818

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