We Will Show You How to Charge Your Hyundai Electric Car Easily and Flexibly Using Your Own Charging Station at Home.
Everything you Need to Know About Charging your Hyundai Electric Car at a Glance
Reach Full Charge in 6.5 hours
It only takes around 6.5 hours to fully charge the Hyundai Ioniq electric (28 kWh) with a charging power of 4.6 kW. Charging times for other Hyundai models are listed in the technical data below.
Type 2 Plug
Charging is performed using a type 2 plug. Make sure you select a charging station with integrated charging cable or a compatible mode 3 charging cable.
For your Hyundai Electric Car we Recommend the Following Charging Stations
The classic option: For your type 2 Hyundai electric car, such as Ioniq electric.
The flexible option: For electric cars and plug-in-hybrids with different connector types, also for type 1 electric cars
NRGkick mobile charging station 16 A (11kW, incl. 5m cable type 2, CEE connetion, bluetooth, energy meter, mobile)
The wanderers: In every situation power for your Hyundai electric car, such as Ioniq electric
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Charging at a CEE Industrial Socket
You can charge your Hyundai electric car, such as the Ioniq electric, anywhere while you are out and about – provided that you have a mobile charging station, such as the NRGkick, and the right adapters. Depending on your model you can charge with up to 6.6 kW of charging power at any 32 A CEE industrial socket, just like using the charging station at home.
Charging at Public Charging Stations
You can also charge up your Audi plug-in-hybrid at public charging stations. However, most providers of public charging stations will require that you register with them beforehand. As a result, public charging needs good planning. The be.ENERGISED system from has.to.be enables drivers of electric cars to pay for charging easily and directly online via PayPal or credit card, without the need of a prior registration.
Technical Data and Special Features of all Hyundai Models
|Technical data¹ and charging times (as of 07.2016)||Hyundai IONIQ electric (from 10/2016)||Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in-hybrid (from 2017)|
|Battery capacity:||28 kWh||8.9 kWh|
|Energy usage²:||11.5 kWh/100km||n.A.|
|Range (NEFZ)³:||280 km||50 km|
|Top speed:||165 km/h||185 km/h|
|Socket type:||Type 2||Type 2|
|Max. charging capacity:||6.6 kW⁵||n.A.|
|Charging time with max. charging capacity⁴:||6.5 hours||n.A.|
|Range after one hour of charging⁴ via max. capacity:||35 km||n.A.|
|Charging time using standard domestic socket (2,3 kW)⁴:||12.5 hours||4 hours|
|Charging power depending on vehicle specifications|
|Basic package:||6.6 kW (single-phase, 32 A)||n.A.|
|Special equipment fast charging:||-||-|
¹ Source: Hyundai Motor Deutschland GmbH ² Energy consumption based on ECE R101 energy consumption test (combined) ³ Approximate NEFZ distance, in accordance with regulation ECE101 ⁴ Charging times are rounded reference values based on the assumption that the charging is not performed in a linear fashion. ⁵ In Germany, charging is only permitted with special permission from the network operator
Special Features when Charging Your Hyundai Ioniq electric:
The Hyundai IONIQ is the first fully electric car to be offered by Hyundai. This silent Korean car features a maximum speed of approximately 165 km/h. With a battery capacity of 28 kWh, the Hyundai model can achieve a range of approximately 280 kilometres based on the NEDC system. A variety of factors, such as the driving style, season or air conditioning system can affect the driving range of the IONIQ. The IONIQ can be fully recharged in 6.5 hours at the maximum charging power of 4.6 kW in Germany. The car is charged using a type 2 plug.
You can also charge your Hyundai IONIQ via a separately fused 2.3 kW domestic socket using a mode 2 charging cable. For safety reasons, however, you should avoid doing this in the long term, since doing so will place the full load on your domestic socket for 12.5 hours. If you wish to cover longer distances, you should equip your Hyundai IONIQ with a CCS DC charging function. This will allow you to charge your IONIQ at a charging power of up to 100 kW at a public CCS charging station, allowing your IONIQ to reach 80% battery capacity in just 23 minutes.
Special Features when Charging Your Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in-hybrid:
The Hyundai IONIQ plug-in hybrid is Korea’s answer to the Toyota Prius. The battery has a storage capacity of 8.9 kWh and offers drivers a purely electric driving range of approximately 50 km (NEDC). The key technical specifications such as charging power and charging time currently remain a mystery, but are set to be revealed in 2017 at the latest.