Simple and convenient.

Charging your electric vehicle is simple, just plug-in and charge. With new charging stations in cities, shopping centres and motorway service stations being continually developed there are plenty of options whilst on the go. Or alternatively home charging options are available to charge from the comfort of your own home. 


Normal AC and fast DC charging.

There are two types of electric vehicle charging: normal alternating current (AC) charging and fast direct current (DC) charging. Normal AC charging is typically less energy-intensive which makes it much slower. When you charge at home using a conventional plug or home EV charger, or even at some public stations, you will be using AC. Fast DC charging can be completed in under an hour and is typically only found at public charging stations.
  1. The normal alternating current charging symbol for the Hyundai electric vehicles.

    Normal charging with alternate current (AC).

    Home EV chargers typically provide up to 22 kW. The on-board charger converts AC into the DC energy that is stored in the vehicle's high voltage battery. Plugging into a regular home socket also charges with AC current.
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  1. The fast-charging direct current charging symbol for the Hyundai electric vehicles.

    Fast-charging with direct current (DC).

    When charging with direct current (DC) the vehicle’s on-board charger is bypassed, so charging can be much faster. As a general rule of thumb, DC fast-charging is defined as everything in the range of 50 kW to 150 kW. 
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  1. The fast-charging direct current charging symbol for the Hyundai electric vehicles.

    Ultra-fast charging with direct current (DC).

    As a general rule of thumb, DC ultra fast-charging is defined as everything in the range of 150 kW to 350 kW. When connected to an ultra-fast 350kW charger, IONIQ 5 & IONIQ 6 are capable of charging from 10-80% in as little as 18-36 minutes. 1
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Factors that affect charging times.

When it comes to charging, every plug is not created equal – or better said: there are many factors that affect how fast your EV can charge: Like the size and state of charge of the battery. Or the max charging rate of the vehicle as well as the max charging rate of the charge point. And of course, environmental factors – batteries don’t like extreme heat or cold.

How long is your daily commute?

Set the bar according to your daily commute and calculate the number of days between charges.


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Just as there is a range of factors that affect the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion engine (ICE), the total electric driving range will be affected by the size of the battery, your driving style, the outside temperature, any passengers you are carrying and more.

    Home Charging

    Charge at home.

    When it comes to charging your electric vehicle, your options will depend on the charging infrastructure where you live.
    1. A man standing next to the tail of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric vehicle.

      If you own.

      By installing a home charging station you can conveniently charge your electric vehicle at any time. A home charging station can be wall-mounted (in a garage) or stand-alone (outside). Your Hyundai retailer can help you plan the setup that’s right for you. Charging an electric vehicle feels like charging a mobile phone - plug in overnight and start your day with a charged car. 
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    1. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 getting charged while a couple is laughing next to it.

      If you rent.

      You can talk to your landlord to get permission to install a home EV charger in the garage or carpark of the building. You might have to cover the costs partially or completely on your own. Alternatively, you can search for public charging stations near you e.g. in front of supermarkets or public buildings.
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    Our recommended home EV charger provider

    Ohme wall box charging a Hyundai IONIQ 6

    The best way to minimise your electric car charge cost is to charge at home. 

    Hyundai recommend Ohme as our preferred home EV charger supplier.

    Ohme's unique tech integrates with all energy tariffs, including Intelligent Octopus and OVO Charge Anytime, so that you can charge at the cheapest and greenest times available. Running a Hyundai IONIQ 6 Single Motor RWD with its 77.4kWh battery (WLTP range: 338mls) and an Ohme smart charger on Intelligent Octopus Go*, for example, could cost £116.80 for a year for an average UK driver doing 6,800 miles. By comparison, charging on the Standard Variable Tariff would cost £451.62 for the same distance and an equivalent petrol car would be more than £1,200.

    Your local Hyundai Retailer can help you order 7.4 kW Ohme Home Pro or 7.4 kW Ohme ePod at a price, reserved to Hyundai customers.

    You may be also eligible for the EV chargepoint grant (1)⁠⁠⁠ to help you with your electric car charger installation cost if you own or rent a flat (you can get either £350 or 75% off the cost to buy and install a socket, whichever amount is lower.) Ohme team will help with this process too.

    *Intelligent Octopus Go at 7.5p/kWh for 23.30-05.30am, Standard Variable Tariff – 29p/kWh

    1. The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) replaced the Electric Vehicle Homecharge scheme (EVHS) with the new EV charge point grant. The Government grants are subject to full terms and conditions and eligibility may be revised or withdrawn at any time without prior notice. This information is correct as of December 2023. Find out more about the EV chargepoint grant at


    The Hyundai IONIQ 6 parked next to its home charging box with a woman walking behind it

    Home Charging

    Hyundai vehicles offer flexible programable charging to take advantage of off-peak rates at home.
    A beach scenery and the IONIQ 5 about to charge. A woman is standing next to the car.

    Register to Charge MyHyundai.

    Get to know our tariffs. Charging prices depend on the maximum charging speed. Generally, a fast charging speed implies higher cost. Reduced charging rates from preferred partners may be regarded as exceptions.

    How long is your daily commute?

    Calculate the number of commute days between charges for the two battery options (48.4 and 65.4 kWh battery capacity).






    48.4 kWh




    Just as there is a range of factors that affect the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion engine (ICE), the total electric driving range will be affected by the size of the battery, your driving style, the outside temperature, any passengers you are carrying and more.

      Public Charging

      Charge on the road, at the shops, and at work.

      Charging an electric vehicle is different than filling up with petrol. You can plug in for a short time when you stop at the shops, adding range to get you home. And many employers now offer charging points. And for charging on a road trip – Charge myHyundai is an easy-to-use public charging solution that gives you access to charging points in 30 European countries with one app.
      1. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 getting plugged in to charge at a charging station.

        At work.

        Many companies already offer charging stations for their employees and visitors making it easy and convenient to charge your electric vehicle.
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      1. A driver of a Hyundai electric vehicle looking for a charging station.

        On the road.

        Once you have chosen a charging network, your 5 years free Hyundai LIVE Services subscription will show you real-time charging station information such as location, charger, connector types and availability. So you can relax knowing where the closest charging stations are on each journey. 2
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      The Hyundai IONIQ 5 getting charged at a IONITY charging station.

      Public charging.

      Charge myHyundai offers access to 450,000 charge points in 30 European countries and the high-speed charging network IONITY.

      V2L charging

      Off the grid with V2L: a power bank on four wheels.

      The Vehicle-to-Load technology in IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 allows you to you freely use or charge electric devices, such as electric bicycles, laptops or camping equipment – while on the move or on location.  What’s more, this technology can effectively replace fuel-powered generators in emergencies or in remote locations, allowing you to power your home, cabin or camping site with up to 3.6 kW of electricity.
      The 220-volt outlet under the rear seat of the Hyundai IONIQ 6 for Vehicle-to-Load charging.

      Charge from inside your car.

      You can power any device or charge electrical equipment up to 3.6 kW with the on-board 220V plug of IONIQ 6’s Vehicle-to-Load technology (V2L). 
      The Hyundai IONIQ 6 charging a tablet computer via its bidirectional exterior charging port.

      Or charge from anywhere.

      Thanks to the converter that plugs into the bidirectional exterior charging port, you can power devices up to 3.6 kW even when the vehicle is turned off.

      Our electrified vehicles.

      *Maximum range according to WLTP combined cycle. Specification dependent. Actual range will vary depending on factors including road conditions, outdoor temperature, driving style, use of climate control and battery condition.

      **350kW ultra-fast charger required for quickest charge times - chargers are currently available on selected arterial routes – see Charge myHyundai map for details. Not currently available in Northern Ireland.

      Hyundai test data for comparison purposes. Actual time will vary and is dependent on several factors including battery temperature, condition and age, ambient temperature and the power provided by the charger. Charge time increases in cold weather and if battery temperature activates safeguarding technology.

      In optimal conditions, the latest IONIQ 5 is capable of accepting power at up to 240kW and IONIQ 6 at 239kW.