If the long-range batteries in the Ioniq 5s are connected to a fast-charging 800V DC station, the vehicle can be recharged from 10% to 80% capacity in just 18 minutes.
Inside Evs reports that it will take about 18 minutes to charge an all-wheel-drive Ioniq EV from 10 percent to 80 percent State of Charge using the 350-kWh charger.
If you plug your Ioniq 5 into a 350-volt DC quick charger, it will go from 10 to 80 percent SoC in just 18 minutes. If you use a Level 2 charger with a 240-volt outlet, you can charge it from ten to one hundred percent in about five hours.
As a result, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric can only be charged at a maximum of 7.2kW, regardless of whether you connect it to a standard charger or a faster charger capable of outputting more power.
It’s also important to mention that the Hyundai Ioniq 5 model year we tested with had a different battery capacity than the one advertised by the manufacturer.
A Long Range Limited, with its 77.4 kWh battery pack and all-wheel drive, was used to make the DC fast charging record.