The brand has even renamed the centre console the ‘Universal Island’ and is “the centrepiece of the Ioniq 5’s living space experience”, according to Hyundai.
The ‘Universal Island’ itself though, looks fairly unremarkable with two cupholders, a large storage cubby and armrest.
Both front seats also boast extendable leg rests to make occupants a little more comfortable while the vehicle recharges its battery.
Though exact interior dimensions yet to be confirmed, the all-electric powertrain should allow for even more room inside the Ioniq 5 mid-size SUV than what you might find in a Mazda CX-5 or Toyota RAV4 thanks to its flat floor and lengthened wheelbase.
For reference, the Ioniq 5 measures 4640mm long, 1890mm wide, 1600mm tall and has a 3000mm wheelbase.
The Ioniq 5’s cabin will also be decked out in environmentally friendly materials such as eco-processed leather and sugar cane-derived fibres, as well as a dashboard made from recycled plastic bottles.
The single image released also shows an all-digital instrument cluster and large multimedia screen, as well as physical buttons for climate controls.
As previously reported, the Ioniq 5 will be built on a new E-GMP platform that will also underpin Kia’s push into the electric space.