Everything for charging your

Hyundai KONA

All charging information and products for the Hyundai KONA

Fully charged in just 9:30 hours? Being on the road and able to charge? Everything is possible - with a charging station that perfectly suits you and your Hyundai KONA.

Find out more about how to charge your Hyundai KONA: What influences the charging time of your Hyundai KONA, how to best charge it at home and on the road, why you should not charge at a domestic power socket but at a charging station especially designed for electric cars and how much it costs to install a charging station.

Everything about how to charge your Hyundai KONA at a glance

 

That’s how you charge your Hyundai KONA at home and when you are out and about

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Hyundai KONA

Reach Full Charge in 9.5 hours

It only takes around 9.5 hours to fully charge the Hyundai KONA with up to 7.2 kW of charging power which equals a range of nearly 280 km for the Hyundai KONA. Charging times for other Hyundai KONA 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.

The right charging station for your daily life

Charging at home

Charging in only five seconds at home

You don’t believe us? Just grab the charging cable from your charging station, plug it into your electric car and your Hyundai KONA is set to charge. It is as easy as it sounds. No delay while charging, no time loss searching for a compatible charging station. Charge fast – Plug in your electric car and get going only a few hours later Charge comfortably – Only a flick of your wrist and your Hyundai KONA is already charging Charge intelligently – e.g. integrate your charging station into your Smart Home System Charge with quality – All the manufacturers are tested and only the best ones are offered by us

Charging on the way

Charge anywhere at anytime

Domestic sockets are available everywhere. Equipped with a mobile charging stations and suitable adapters you can charge your Hyundai KONA at every domestic or industrial socket available. Charge fast - Plug in your electric car and get going only a few hours later Charge flexible – every plug becomes a charging point, forget about range anxiety  Charge in all weathers – no matter if it rains or snows Charge with quality - All the manufacturers are tested and only the best ones are offered by us


3 Factors that influence your Electric Car's Charging Time

Your electric car’s charging device (on-board charger), legal requirements and the charging power of your domestic installation all determine how quickly your Hyundai KONA is recharged at the charging station. Legal restrictions for single-phase charging at home: Germany: up to 4.6 kW of charging power; Austria and Switzerland: up to 3.7 kW of charging power.

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Technical data of all Hyundai KONA models

Technical data¹ and charging times (as of 2022)  KONA Elektro 150 kW KONA Elektro 100 kW
Battery capacity: 64 kWh 42 kWh
Range (WLTP²): 484 km 305 km
Top speed: 167 km/h 155 km/h
Energy usage³: 14,7 kWh/100km 14,3 kWh/100km
Socket type: Typ 2 Typ 2
Max. charging capacity: 7,2 kW  7,2 kW 
Number of current phases: einphasig einphasig
Charging time with max. charging capacity⁴: 4:39 h 3:03 h
Range after 20 minuts of charging⁴ via max. capacity⁴: 24 km 25 km
Charging time using standard domestic socket (2,3 kW)⁴: 22:15 h 14:36 h

¹ Source: Hyundai Motor Company AG ² Energy consumption based on ECE R101 energy consumption test (combined) ³WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure) is used to aquire more accurate data 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

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