Everything but the seat
The learning curve for the features of the Ioniq 5 is rather long, but we've read the manuals and are getting there after 1 month. Our main issue with the car is the lack of automatic seat controls for the front passenger. My husband is handicapped, and it is very difficult for him to adjust. We were unaware of this, even though we had done extensive research. The company online descriptions just did not mention this, and we were not allowed to test drive a vehicle at any dealership. No one had any physical brochures. It wasn't until after we had done all the purchase paperwork that we discovered this. Had we known, we'd have bought the Limited. Also, the speedometer should be centrally located, so that the steering wheel does not block it's visibility. As it is, the steering wheel cannot be adjusted to my preferred elevated position without blocking my view of the speedometer. I am 5'4". Otherwise, we are enjoying the car and learning to use it's many good features.