A fully depleted Hyundai Ioniq Electric can be recharged to 80% capacity using a 100kW quick charger in just 54 minutes.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5’s best feature is its ability to charge from 10 percent to 80 percent in only 18 minutes using a 350 kW DC fast charger and while the battery is hot.
According to Hyundai and confirmed by Car and Driver, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 long range can be charged from ten to eighty percent in just eighteen minutes.
Inside Evs reports that the all-wheel-drive Ioniq Electric SUV Long Range can be charged from ten to eighty percent using the 350-kWh charger in about eighteen minutes.
The following table provides rough estimates for home and fast charging the Hyundai Ioniq Electric’s 38.3 kWh battery pack.
For the standard-range battery, Hyundai estimates that it will take 58 hours to charge from 10% to 100% capacity using the portable 120-volt charging cable, and for the longer-range battery, it will take 68 hours.