From Tom Moloughney.
We take a 2002 Hyundai Ioniq 5 with the extended range battery pack and record three DC fast charging sessions, (two from 10% to 80% and one 0% to 100%) on 3 different charging stations to see how well it will charge in cold weather.
Hyundai advertises that the Ioniq 5 will charge from 10% to 80% in only 18 minutes, but that’s in ideal conditions. We wanted to see what customers can expect in colder temperatures when the battery won’t accept its full charging power.
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1:45 Ioniq 5 details, versions, battery sizes, cold weather charging
8:14 Charge recordings of 10% to 80% on both a 150 kW & a 350 kW charging station
11:13 The Ioniq 5 charging curve graph (charging power)
12:19 The Ioniq 5 time to charge graph
13:14 The Ioniq 5 charge recording from 0 to 100% on a 350 kW DC fast charger
16:57 The complete Ioniq 5 cold weather charging curve when charging from 0 to 100%
20:27 The time to charge graph & how long to add 100 & 200 miles of range?
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