Hyundai Ioniq 5 Teardown: Electric Powertrain
EDM (Electric Drive Motor), inverter, and battery ~ From Munro's teardown survey data ~
|Hyundai Ioniq 5 (Source: Hyundai's website)|
In 2023, Munro & Associates, Inc. conducted a teardown survey of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, which was released by Hyundai in 2022, and the detailed teardown survey information is available for purchase from MarkLines.
This report introduces the electric powertrain technology installed in the Hyundai Ioniq 5, as revealed in Munro's teardown survey (2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Zone 4: Powertrain, Battery Pack, and HV Benchmarking and Cost Analysis).
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a crossover SUV-type BEV (battery electric vehicle) available in RWD (2WD) and AWD (4WD) versions with 58kWh and 72.6kWh battery capacities. Munro & Associates, Inc. conducted the teardown analysis using the 72.6kWh AWD version sold in the U.S.
The all-wheel drive (AWD) version of the Ioniq 5 is propelled by two oil-cooled, SC-wound IPMSMs (Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors) integrated with the front and rear axles, providing a maximum output of 70kW and a maximum torque of 255Nm on the front side, and a maximum output of 155kW and a maximum torque of 350Nm on the rear side.
The power devices of the inverter are different for the front and rear, with the front inverter using an IGBT power module and the rear inverter using a SiC (silicon carbide) MOSFET power module.
The speed reducer is a standard 3-axis, 2-stage reducer for BEV e-Axles.
The batteries are lithium-ion batteries, with a voltage of 522.7V in 24 modules in the 58kWh basic model and 697V in 32 modules in the 77kWh model, allowing for fast charging up to 800V/350kW and 400V fast charging.
MarkLines works in cooperation with the Detroit-based vehicle benchmark engineering company Munro & Associates, Inc. (Munro). Munro conducts teardown surveys of various types of vehicles and conducts detailed specification and cost analysis of all the components, including weight and dimensions, and provides reports on the analysis results. For further information, please make an inquiry here.
Korean Market and Brands: Public and Private Sectors Building EV/Battery Production Capacity (Jul. 2023)
Hyundai to sell 1.87 million EVs a year by 2030 (Mar. 2023)
Korea Next Gen Mobility Technology Expo 2022: Electrification Technology (Dec. 2022)
Read more at no cost for a limited time by registering for a free trial.
Free membership registration allows you to read the rest of the article for a limited time.