Hyundai recently released a video showing the Ioniq 5 charge at 80% in an extremely short time. This year, Hyundai unveiled the Ioniq 5, a new electric car with truly amazing specifications and an impressive exterior design reminiscent of a large hatchback with Crossover features.
In North America, it will be equipped with a battery capacity of 77.4 kWh and with Hyundai known to manufacture truly efficient electric cars, it is expected to lead to an impressive range of EPA. But one of the most impressive features of the vehicle is the fact that it supports charging infrastructure of 400-V and 800-V and can charge DC at a speed of up to 350 kW.
In the video below, you can see that the vehicle never reaches 350 kW, but that’s not really a problem. The charging rate appears to be limited to 220-230 kW between 30 and 50% of the charging state. What is impressive is that the charging rate actually remains above 100 kW, and even mainly over 150 kW, up to 80% of the charge.
Hyundai said the Ioniq 5 will be “available in selected areas from the first half of 2021”, but has not yet confirmed a price.
Video from YouTube channel Hyundai Motor Group