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Ioniq 5’s Win Proves Automakers and Dealerships Play to Win with EVs



Car and Driver announced recently that the Hyundai Ioniq 5 has been named their Electric Vehicle (EV) of the Year. It demonstrates once again that traditional automakers and their local dealership partners are playing to win in the race to bring more EVs to American consumers.


In its analysis, Car and Driver praised the Ioniq 5’s stylish appearance, its 220-mile range, and its fast-charging battery as the reasons for its win. However, the Ioniq 5 is only the latest EV from a traditional automaker that’s winning over buyers at local dealerships.


The Ioniq 5’s success comes on the heels of other popular EVs that have come on the market in 2022 like the Ford F-150 Lightning and the Cadillac Lyriq. Not only do these EVs have stylistic appeal, but they also continue to improve range and charging capabilities as demonstrated by the Ioniq 5, two areas where Americans are still hesitant about EV adoption.


Fortunately, more successful EVs like the Ioniq 5 are on the way from automakers like Ford, GM, and Hyundai, and their local dealership partners, who are ready to deliver those EVs to the growing number of Americans eager to join the electric revolution.


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