just found this video, can’t read anything except 219 kW charging speed at 51% SOC which is insane 🙂 (191 kW at 37%, 185 kW at 36%)


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11 thoughts on “Hyundai IONIQ 5 charging speed 219 kW at 51% SOC”
  1. Awesome… Might swap my current one with the Ioniq next year. Such an exciting car.

  2. If you would’ve told me Hyundai would be one of the leaders in EVs (excluding Tesla) just 10 years ago, I would’ve never believed it. Hyundai has really gotten their crap together

  3. One thing to note about Hyundai regarding EVs, they and Kia (same company) tend to exaggerate the least when it comes to claimed specs. Appreciate this a lot. Honestly makes me respect their EV brands more than others. So when they claim something I’m more likely to believe it’s at least somewhere in the vicinity of being true.

    When Carwow last year tested various EVs to see range and *more important to me % of claimed range* Kia did the best in that sense. I believe the Kia was about 89% of claimed range in what were winter conditions. Not snowing, not -5°C, but still less than favourable conditions starting out at 7°C with the heating on and all motorway driving. The implication I felt was in summer and in favourable conditions the Kia could or perhaps would likely exceed their range claims at regular driving speeds. In the video I refer to I don’t believe a Hyundai car was tested, though their claims seem to hold similarly true based on reviews I watched. Giving more honest range claims than Tesla and in the case of some vehicles more miles per KWh than even model 3, at least based on Bjorn’s detailed unbiased tests.

  4. This will make the 1000 km challenge by Bjorn Nyland under 10:00 … Probably under 9:45

  5. Hope their batteries are up to it this time around. Lots of unhappy KonaEV owners around me getting their Soc capped lower like GM did to the Bolt.

  6. That’s a strange charging curve, the peak should happen at lower percentage, either a large buffer at the top or a very new chemistry with weird charging behavior was used and either is very interesting.

  7. If this trend continues Bev’s will charge faster than you can fill up your tank…

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