Charging speeds for the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Fully Electric
Here are the following charging speeds and estimated times to charge the Hyundai IONIQ Electric from empty to full with a battery size of 38.3kWh.
Based on 3.5kWh.
Based on 7kWh.
Based on 50kWh.
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Plug types on the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Fully Electric
When charging the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Fully Electric, there are 2 plug types which are Type 2 and the CCS.
Type 2 Plug
Regular charging plug type.
CCS Type Plug
This plug type is used for rapid charging of speeds over 50kWh.
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How does a full EV vehicle work?
These vehicles are powered by 100% electric energy from their rechargeable battery. They can be recharged either by specifically designed charging points which can be installed at home, or there is a growing established network of publically available charging points.Find out more
Charging Cost Calculator
Find out how much your journey would cost with the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Fully Electric vehicle.
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What is the Hyundai IONIQ Electric fully electric car?
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric is a fully electric liftbackSaloon car that starts at around £30,950 on the road. The IONIQ Electric by Hyundai features a range of 193 miles on a full charge with a battery size of 38.3kWh. It takes around 5:28 hrs to fully charge the fully electric Hyundai IONIQ Electric at a cost of approximately £5.36 based on standard charging of 7kW. This time can be massively reduced with the compatible CCS plug type for rapid charging.