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Hyundai Electric Charge Times

Choosing an electric vehicle can involve a lot of research, especially if this is your first electric vehicle (EV). One consideration to make is the time it takes to charge an electric vehicle, as this could affect your decision-making process.

Not all EV’s take the same time to charge, nor do they have the same range. A lot of this will depend on the internal components such as battery capacity.

As of 2022, there are 3 pure electric Hyundai models; the IONIQ 5, IONIQ 6 and the Kona.


The IONIQ 5 can be charged from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes (using a 350kW fast charging station when combined with the 58kW on board battery), meaning you can pull up in a service station, grab a coffee and your car will be ready to drive away when you are finished.

If you instead use a 50kW DC charging station, you can expect a charge time of around 43 minutes.

The IONIQ 5 also comes with a 77.4kWh battery, which sees a charge time of 18 minutes when charging from 10% to 80% using a 350kW fast charging station or 56 minutes using a 50kW DC charging station.


The IONIQ 6 can be charged from 10% to 80% in as little as 18 minutes (350kW ultra-fast charging station) or in 1h 06m using a 50kW DC station.

Both the all-wheel drive and the two-wheel drive IONIQ 6 models have the same charge times.

The 77kWh battery combined with the electric motor offers over 300 miles (on certain versions of the IONIQ 6).

The IONIQ 6 is a stylish estate car that is both eye catching and incredibly innovative inside, with ambient lighting and a 12” infotainment display and digital cluster.


The Hyundai Kona comes equipped with either a 39.2kWh or a 64kWh battery, which offer difference charge times when charging from 10% to 80%.

If you opt for the 39.2kWh battery, you can expect a charge time of just 47 minutes (when using a 100kW DC station) or 48 minutes (when using a 50kW DC station).

If you opt for the 64kW battery, you can expect a charge time of 47 minutes (using a 100kW DC station) or 1h 04m (using a 50kW DC station).

If you are interested in taking a test drive of any of the Hyundai electric cars, speak to your local Hyundai dealer, BCC cars, who would be happy to arrange this for you.

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