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  It could be that there is a plastic cover, covering the bottom part of the charge port. If so, this plastic cover needs to be removed in order to plug in the CCS connector.

Kona 64 kWh edition
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CCS
max 77 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed is up to 77 kW at our 150+ kW fast chargers for the 64 kWh edition. The charge speed at our other chargers is up to 50 kW. On average, the Hyundai KONA Electric charges 100 km in 15 – 25 minutes. The charge speed will drop in steps from 73% onwards.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed.

Kona 39 kWh edition
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CCS
max 50 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed on all our chargers is max 50 kW. Around 50% the charge speed requested by the car will drop, and above 75% it is reduced to 14 kW. On average, the 39 kWh version of the Hyundai Hyundai KONA charges 100 km of range in 20 – 25 minutes.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed.

Ioniq 30,5 kWh Edition
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CCS
max 70 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed is up to 70 kW at our 150+ kW chargers and 50 kW at our other chargers. Above 75% the charge speed requested by the car will drop, and above 85% the charge speed is reduced to 22 kW.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed.

Ioniq 38,3 kWh Edition
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CCS
max 50 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed on all our chargers is max 50 kW. Around 50% the charge speed requested by the car will drop, and above 75% it is reduced to 14 kW.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed.

    Unlock the connector

In some cases, the car does not release the connector. There are several ways to release the connector:

  • Turn off the Hyundai and press the 'unlock' button on the car's remote control. This way, your car will release the connector, and you can remove it.
  • Turn off the car and press the 'Open' button on the driver's side door handle. Please make sure that the connector is removed within 10 seconds.
  • If the vehicle still does not release the connector, you can also use the emergency release. Open the boot and raise the carpet. Here you will find the emergency release of the fuel filler door as well as the emergency connector release. Pull it gently to release the connector.
Please also check if 'Auto Lock Mode' is switched on. This will release the connector from the car as soon as the charging session is complete.
IONIQ 5
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CCS
max 232 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed for the Hyundai IONIQ 5 is up to 232 kW with our 150+ kW fast chargers and up to 50 kW at our other chargers. On average, the IONIQ 5 charges 100 km in 5 minutes (150+ kW charger) or in 30 minutes (50 kW charger). At a 150+ kW charger, the charge speed will slowly drop as of 85%.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed.

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