How Fast Does A Hyundai Ioniq Charge?

The following table shows estimates for charging Hyundais 38.3kWh battery pack in an electric car,

either at home (on the home charging charge) or using a fast charging station. At 72.6 kWh,

charging a Hyundai Ioniq 5 from 0% to 100% at home could take as long as 43 hours using a Level 1 charger at 1.9kW,

or 3-8 hours using an Level 2 charging station with 11-22kW.

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

charging with the help of 350 kW DC Fast Charge, as well as while the battery is hot.

Using the 350-kW charger, Inside Evs says that the long-range Ioniq electric SUV

with four-wheel drive will recharge from 10 percent SOC (State of Charge) to 80 percent SOC in around 18 minutes.

Hyundai estimates that the portable 120-volt charging cable would take approximately 58 hours

to recharge the battery from 10 percent to 100 percent in standard-range mode, 68 hours for long-range.

Hyundai says that a larger 77.4-kWh pack can charge from 10 to 80 % in approximately 18 minutes,

or add 68 miles in approximately five minutes, if connected to a DC quick charger.

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