Hyundai recalls 1,744 Ioniq 5 EVs to inspect integrated charging control unit

Hyundai Motor India has cited a “potential issue in the integrated charging control unit (ICCU), which may discharge the 12V battery,” as the reason for the voluntary recall for the EV.

By Ajit Dalvi calendar 15 Jun 2024 Views icon2552 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
In FY2024, Hyundai Motor India sold 1,400 Ioniq 5 EVs. Combined April-May 2024 wholesales are 87 units. 

In FY2024, Hyundai Motor India sold 1,400 Ioniq 5 EVs. Combined April-May 2024 wholesales are 87 units. 

Hyundai Motor India has issued a voluntary recall for 1,744 units of the all-electric Ioniq, manufactured between July 21, 2022 and April 30, 2024. The company has cited “potential issue in the integrated charging control unit (ICCU), which may discharge the 12V battery,” as the reason for the recall.

This is the first ever recall for the Hyundai Ioniq 5, which was launched in the Indian market at the Auto Expo 2023 on January 11, 2023. In FY2024, as per SIAM wholesales data, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 sold a total of 1,400 units.

In FY2024, Hyundai Motor India sold 1,400 Ioniq 5 EVs. Combined April-May 2024 wholesales are 87 units. 

Hyundai Motor India retails two EVs in India: the Kona Electric and the Ioniq 5. The Kona has been recalled thrice – on December 3, 2020 (456 units), December 8, 2020 (456 units) and March 10, 2021 (530 units) – comprising a total of 1,442 units. While the first and third recalls were to check the high-voltage battery system, the second recall was to inspect the Integrated Electronic Brake system.

Since the rollout of SIAM’s Code of Voluntary Recall in July 2012, Hyundai Motor India has recalled a total of 45,839 cars and SUVs including the latest one for the Ioniq 5.

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