Hyundai Ioniq Charging Guide
Introduced in 2016, the Ioniq is available in some countries as a hybrid (a la Prius), a plug in Hybrid (like the Outlander PHEV)
and a battery electric vehicle like the LEAF.
The Ioniq is a deeply impressive and good looking car and given all the electric options there's a version to suit everyone's lifestyle.
There have been some delays in delivery of the car (in any guise) down under but it is now available in New Zealand. No date currently available for Australia. No surprise there then!
Hyundai Ioniq Charger Information
Depending on the market, the Ioniq is typically equipped with one of two with two charger ports, J1772 or Mennekes. You should check before ordering. We can either supply a universal charger and matching cable or specific charger for your car.
Plug Standard: Type 1 / J1772 or Type 2 Mennekes
Maximum AC charge rate: 27.5 Amps or 6.6kw
Average time to recharge Ioniq BEV
Dealer Supplied Charger 15 hours
15 Amp Charger 8-9 hours
32 Amp Charger 4-5 hours
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