From Plug and Play EV.
Our latest entry to the "Inside #IONIQ5" series looks at charging the car in high temperatures and how much energy the car uses to cool the battery pack down, post-DC charging.
We also look at the Hyundai "heat cliff" – or perhaps "heat canyon" is more accurate? – that occurs around 80%; when it happens and how long you’ll see it for.
After almost 4,000 miles across ten states this summer, we’ve seen the I5 fast charge right up to its heat limits. Here’s what you can expect when the Hyundai IONIQ 5 has to beat the heat.
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