Coga’s custom body kit transforms Hyundai Ioniq 5 into a head-turning hot hatch

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Tuner Coga Bodykit Unveils Wild Modification at Indonesia Expo

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N already boasts an aggressive appearance that satisfies most people, but there are those who desire an even more distinctive look. It appears that tuner Coga Bodykit is targeting this specific group, as they unveiled their custom version of Hyundai’s electric crossover at this year’s Indonesia Modification Expo in Jakarta.

Coga’s Ioniq 5 underwent extensive modifications that transformed it into a hot hatch impersonator. Inspired by street racing and staying true to Hyundai’s futuristic styling language, the body kit includes substantial fender extensions, giving the vehicle a Liberty Walk-inspired aesthetic. The kit also features a custom front bumper, a front splitter with a carbon fiber appearance, aerodynamic side skirts, a rear bumper extension with an integrated diffuser, and an eye-catching double-story rear wing reminiscent of WRC rally cars. While this wing likely adds to the car’s aesthetic appeal, it may impact aerodynamics and range.

To complete the striking look, the car is equipped with wide Rotiform wheels, height-adjustable air suspension, and a light pink exterior finish. The complete body kit was designed, manufactured, and installed in Indonesia, and it garnered attention and orders at the Indonesia Modification Expo in Jakarta.

Despite its racecar looks, the featured Ioniq 5 is the least powerful single-motor standard-range version, with 168 hp and 350 Nm of torque from a 58 kWh battery. These specifications are a far cry from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N performance flagship, which boasts 641 hp and 740 Nm of torque from dual electric motors and a larger 84 kWh battery pack.