Think electric cars aren’t fun? This impressive video proves just the opposite

Think electric cars aren’t fun? This impressive video proves just the opposite
Think electric cars aren’t fun? This impressive video proves just the opposite

For some, electric cars are not real cars, and are inferior to thermal cars. In question, driving pleasure, which would be lower, or even non-existent. And yet, this video proves the opposite.

If the law does not change, from 2035, in Europe, it will be prohibited to sell a new thermal car, with rare exceptions. Some people think this is a mistake (even though it is a necessity), and want thermal cars to remain on sale as long as possible. The argument that comes up most often is that electric cars pollute more than thermal cars (this is false).

But sometimes another argument is put forward: electric cars are bland and do not provide driving pleasure. However, those interested in the world of electric cars know that this is not true.

You only need to have been in a somewhat powerful electric car (we think of the Tesla Model 3 Performance, but also the Porsche Taycan), to know that an electric car provides new sensations. So yes, there is none of the noise and smell that conservatives love. Although, for noise, this is not entirely true.

A video that sticks to your seat

Watch the video below. We see Misha Charoudin, famous on YouTube thanks to his productions showing him behind the wheel of numerous ultra-powerful sports cars, on the Nürburgring. One of the longest (20 km) and most difficult circuits in the world. The man has just tested the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N. A very special electric car, which we had already tested on Supercharged.

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It is ultra-powerful (478 kW or 650 hp), is capable of simulating gear ratios (for those nostalgic for the manual gearbox), and manages to simulate the sound of a heat engine (for the same nostalgics). It is of course possible to turn off these functions, to live in the present moment.

Truly impressive performance

And since we are talking about an electric car here, the immense torque (770 Nm) instantly available allows it two things: to achieve 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds, and to offer accelerations from 80 to 120 km /h in less than 2 seconds. Its chassis, designed in part for use on the track, ensures lap times worthy of a car dedicated to the track.

Above all, the cooling of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is intended for the circuit, in order to cool the engines as best as possible, but especially the battery. This is heavily used to supply power to the two electric motors. And when it is empty, an 18-minute pit stop is enough to refill it thanks to its 800-volt architecture.

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At the end of the video, Misha Charoudin, used to ultra-sporty thermal cars, announces that he has just completed one of the best laps of his life and that he had a lot of fun. Improbable situation: the driver finds himself behind another Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, coming from Belgium, which he does not know. The two cars therefore have an impromptu race on the circuit. And fly over it, happily and easily overtaking the other thermal cars present on the track.


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