If you have Hyundai Ioniq 5, and are interested about the battery pack of it, this news is for you. Its interesting to see how your car runs on electric. There is one amazing video of opening the battery pack of Hyundai Ioniq 5 by BASTRO Power Station in South Korea on YouTube. This battery pack has more about 800 voltages with 72.6 kWh capacity.
Actually, the battery pack which is presented, is the new one on this electric car. The smaller pack with 58 kWh and bigger one with 77.4 kWh is also available for this vehicle. But this specific here weighs 450 kg. This battery has the system of all E-GMP-based vehicles from Hyundai Motor Group.
By opening the pack, we can see 30 modules are inside with two blank spaces for two additional ones. So, in whole there is enough space for 32 modules in fours rows. Every single module of this pack should have 2.42 kWh, which means Hyundai for the other versions of battery packs on Ioniq just omitted or added modules. For 77.4 kWh there are 32 of them and for 58 kWh 24 unites. all E-GMP-based vehicles from Hyundai Motor Group.
The modules are made by Hyundai Motor Group's subsidiary Hyundai Mobis using battery cells from various suppliers (SK Innovation as the main supplier, CATL picked up later and LG Chem's LG Energy Solution joining in the future). The cells are 12 unites of lithium-ion inside every single of modules.