Hyundai Ioniq 5 (2021) Overview & Charging Options

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 (2021) Overview & Charging Options

The Ioniq 5 is a fully electric vehicle (BEV) manufactured and released by Hyundai. Boasting an impressive 238 WLTP mile range and reaching from 0-62mph in just 8.2 seconds. Impressive car performance statistics; that are matched with impressive charging times/capabilities. Starting at £36,995, the Ioniq 5 can be seen as quite an affordable electric vehicle - for those wanting to take the plunge into the EV market.

When it comes to charging the Ioniq 5– it features a Type 2 and CCS charging port. Offering a maximum charge rate of 7.4kW using a one-phase fast charging cable – and a maximum charge rate of 11kW using a three-phase cable. Both cables to be used with a standard charging unit or public charge point – the cables can be purchased from 4EV. The rapid charge option of CCS allows for a maximum charge rate of 220kW, and CCS chargers can be accessed at select public charge points.

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If you don’t have access to a standard charging unit at home/work – then you could always opt for the slow charging method – which utilises an EVSE cable (3-pin domestic plug). This cable can be used with your typical household plug and allows the Ioniq 5 to be charged at a slower rate from the comfort of your own home. Again, this cable can be purchased from 4EV.

If you want to read more about the cables mentioned, or want to purchase one. The cables are listed below!


5M Fast Charging Standard Cable (7.2kW)

5M Three-Phase Charging Cable (11kW)

10M Portable EVSE 3-Pin Plug Cable (6A/8A/10)

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