So if you open the front hood of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, the bestie will see two tubes filled with blue and red liquid.
The red liquid is the electric motor coolant, the blue one is for cooling high voltage batteries.
The name of the liquid is EV coolant aka electric vehicle coolant.
This EV coolant looks at first glance the same as the internal combustion engine coolant (Internal Combustion Engine or ICE).
This coolant circulates using an electric pump. This electric car coolant must also be replaced regularly. If the coolant for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 battery cooler must be replaced every 60,000 km.