Electric Vehicle FAQ
How much do I pay for charging?
The cost of charging your EV depends on quite a few variables. For example, where you live, who is the energy provider, where you charge and what kind of EV you have.
Nevertheless, you can rest assured that the cost you pay to your electricity provider to recharge your EV is likely to be considerably less than it would be to fill up a conventional automobile with petrol. And don’t forget: many towns and shops offer free charging at reserved EV parking spaces.
The base price of electricity is set by the country you live in and the energy provider. Individual European countries have their own tariffs on electricity use and the cost per kWh (kilowatt-hour) can vary slightly depending on the provider.
Where you charge also influences what you pay to charge your EV. Like most EV owners, you will likely charge at home and pay the rates of your home energy provider. Hyundai’s advanced battery management system lets you set your charging times to best fit your schedule and budget. A few taps are all it takes to save money. Use the Charging Time Reservation function to program start and stop charging times to make the most of off-peak electricity rates and wake up to a fully charged battery. If you choose to charge at a public charging station or fast-charging station, you’ll pay the rate set by the station.