2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Charging Details

Discussion in 'Hyundai' started by xcel, Oct 23, 2022.

  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5

    The fastest charging, affordable compact BEV available.​


    When considering L2 and DCFC charging capability, the Toyota bZ4X falls vastly short of its competitors. The media deck which I drew from include 0 charging pics and it made sense once the details were relayed to us.

    Both the FWD and AWD bZ4Xs have onboard L2 charging at just 6.6 KW. To fill the 71.4 and 72.1 KWh packs from flat to of full at home takes an inordinate 9-hours. Moving to the DCFCing capability, the FWD can charge at a reasonable and middle of the road 150 KW but the AWD can charge at just 100 KW. 100 KW today is not competitive and with the AWD probably being the highest volume bZ4Xs, any road trip will incur a very long wait. Far too long a wait imho.

    Compact BEV Charging Comparisons

    From highest charging rates to lowest.
    1. Hyundai Ioniq 5/Kia EV6
    2. Tesla Model Y
    3. Ford Mustang Mach-E
    4. VW ID.4
    5. Polestar 2
    6. Toyota bZ4X
    2022 Hyundai Ioniq/Kia EV6 – 7-hours on an 11.5 KW home L2/250 KW on DCFC

    2022 Tesla Model Y – 7-hours on an 11.5 KW home L2/250 KW on DCFC

    2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E – 10.5-hours on an 11.5 KW home L2/150 KW on DCFC

    2022 VW ID.4 – 7.5-hours on an 11.5 KW home L2/135 KW on DCFC

    2022 Polestar 2 – 8-hours on home L2/155 KW on DCFC <-- Very poor DCFC performance

    2023 Toyota bZ4X – 10-hours on a 6.6 KW home L2 AND 100/150 KW for AWD/FWD on DCFC

    BillLin likes this.

Share This Page