Fast and easy public charging.

With more and more charging stations available, easier plug compatibility symbols, and providers like Charge myHyundai and IONITY providing ultra-fast charging capacity of up to 350 kW, public charging has never been easier.

Charging times

DC charging times for our electric vehicles.

Charging times vary depending on the size and state of charge of your battery as well as charging capacity of your battery system and the output capacity of the public charging station, as well as the ambient temperature. Depending on the type of charging station you have access to, Hyundai electric vehicles give you a range of flexible DC fast charging and/or ultra-fast charging possibilities.
  1. Charging times for DC chargers for the Hyundai IONIQ 5 with the 58 kWh battery.
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    IONIQ 5 with 58 kWh battery.

    When equipped with the 58 kWh battery, IONIQ 5 takes around 18 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% at a 350 kW fast-charging station (DC). At a 50 kW DC charging station, it takes 43 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

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  2. Charging times for DC chargers for the Hyundai IONIQ 5 with the 77.4 kWh battery.
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    IONIQ 5 with 77.4 kWh battery.

    When equipped with the 77.4  kWh Long Range Battery, IONIQ 5 takes under 18 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% at a 350 kW fast-charging station (DC). At a 50 kW DC charging station, it takes 56 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

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  1. Charging times for DC chargers for the Hyundai KONA electric with the 39.2 kWh battery.
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    KONA Electric with 39.2 kWh battery.

    When equipped with the 39.2 kWh Standard Range Battery, KONA Electric takes 47 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% at a 100 kW DC charging station. At a 50 kW DC charging station, it takes 48 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

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  2. Charging times for DC chargers for the Hyundai KONA electric with the 64 kWh battery.
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    KONA Electric with 64 kWh battery.

    When equipped with the 64 kWh Long Range Battery, KONA Electric takes 47 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% at a 100 kW DC charging station. At a 50 kW DC charging station, it takes 64 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

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  1. Charging times for DC chargers for the Hyundai IONIQ Electric with the 38.3 kWh battery.
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    IONIQ Electric.

    The IONIQ Electric with its 38.3 kWh battery, takes 54 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% at a 100 kW DC charging station. At a 50 kW DC charging station, it takes 57 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

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Cables & Plugs

Explore the various types of charging cables.

Electric car charging cables aren’t all the same. When pulling up to public charging stations, you will come across different kinds of plugs that provide different kinds of voltages and power outputs. Some stations have several options and your selection depends on what you need at the moment and the charging technology in your car.
  1. The Icon of a type 2 regular AC charging cable plug.

    Type 2 cable.

    Just like wallboxes, most public charging stations work with alternating current (AC) and require the same Type 2 cable. The on-board-charger then converts the alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC). The charging speed (maximum charging capacity per hour) is determined by the power of the charging station, usually between 11 and 43 kW (3-phased) or your car's on-board-charger, usually 7.2 kW (1-phased) or 10.5 kW (3-phased) – whichever has the lower kW.
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  1. The Icon of a CCS or Combo 2 fast charging DC plug.

    CCS type 2 cable.

    Fast-charging stations use direct current (DC) and usually have a permanently connected Combined Charging System cable (CCS or Combo 2). These cables are similar to Type 2 cables but have two additional contacts to allow high-power DC fast-charging. The charging speed is not limited by your car's on-board-charger which is completely bypassed (it doesn't need to convert from AC to DC). CCS cables can transmit up to 350 kW but few charging stations deliver that kind of speed.
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Easy fit. New labels show plug compatibility.

As of March 2021, new EU labels make it easier for EV drivers to identify compatible recharging options. For example, if your EV has a “B” label and the charging station has a “B” label, they are compatible. On the vehicle, the symbol is black. On the charging station, the symbol is white.
  1. The AC charging labels for safe use of charging stations for Hyundai electric vehicles.

    AC-charging.

    For AC charging, all you have to do is match the label of your vehicle with the corresponding label on the charging station. For example: "C" on your KONA Electric to "C" on a charging station.

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  1. The DC charging label for a safe use of charging stations for Hyundai electric vehicles.

    DC-charging.

    For DC charging, all you have to do is match the label of your vehicle with the corresponding label on the charging station. For example: "L" on your IONIQ 5 to "L" on a charging station.

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Travelling across borders with an EV.

Exploring with a free mind is what Hyundai electric vehicles are all about – so please, take your car across the border. If you are driving a fully-electric vehicle, it’s important to plan your route ahead of time, so you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee at a rest stop that has fast-charging stations. And to make travelling even more convenient, LIVE Services bring you real-time charging station information in other countries, too. Charging stations are available to you all over Europe and their number continues to grow.

Total Charging Stations

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Source: European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO, October 2021)

Charge myHyundai.

Charge myHyundai – easy-to-use public charging.

Charge myHyundai is a comprehensive and easy-to-use public charging solution that gives you access to over 355,000 charge points in 29 European countries. Enjoy easy cross-border charging with one single contract through e-roaming. 1 App. 1 Card. 1 Invoice. That means no hassles thanks to a streamlined one-payment solution. And we offer several attractive tariff models to fit your needs.
The Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric vehicle getting charged at a charging station.
The Charge myHyundai app showing you over 345,000 charging options in 29 European countries.

Charging has never been easier or more accessible.

Welcome to Charge myHyundai: a comprehensive and easy-to-use public charging solution that gives you access to green energy at over 345,000 charge points in 29 European countries. And for every charge undertaken, the equivalent amount of energy is fed back into the grid as green electricity. With this commitment, Hyundai is among the first OEMs to offer environmentally-friendly public charging.

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    *Range shown is according to WLTP combined cycle. Driving range may vary slightly depending on road conditions, your driving style and the temperature. It is also is dependent on the type of tyres equipped. Technical data not final.

    ** Charging time is based on charging with on 32A wallbox and 3.3 kW OBC.  Charging times  may vary depending on available charging conditions, including charger type and condition, battery temperature and ambient temperature at point of use.