Can I Charge My Ioniq 5 At Tesla Supercharger?

Tesla is now allowing drivers of other EVs to recharge their batteries at Teslas Supercharger stations.

Teslas charging stations are designed to work with cars with the charging ports in the rear passenger-side area.

Level 2 public chargers are typically equipped with a variety of plug types to fit different EV models, including the Ioniq 5, which uses the CCS charging port.

Tesla uses its own proprietary connectors in the U.S., so non-Tesla vehicles here will need adapters to access its Supercharger network.

The best charging characteristic of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is actually its ability to recharge from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes,

Tesla models, for instance, are capable of quick charging using the companys Supercharger network,

which is not compatible with electric cars from other companies.

Heres the catch, though: You can only charge an electric car at a Tesla Destination Charger,

rather than at Teslas larger superchargers, like those at the Eastview shopping center.

If you have a Tesla, you simply plug it in, and your charging session starts automatically, as the chargers will know about the vehicle, and vice-versa.

Tesla uses 400-volt battery systems, but with higher voltages, Hyundai says, which puts greater strain on the batteries and charging stations.

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