Welcome to JT Hughes Hyundai Shrewsbury. The car that we're looking at today is the new Hyundai Ioniq electric. I'm now going to show you how to charge your Ioniq. It's very straightforward. All you need to do is press the fuel catch release on the inside of the car on the right hand side panel of the steering wheel. That will release the flap. Remove the plug. Take your charging cable, and just plug it straight into the Ioniq. The options for charging the Ioniq, you can put it on a rapid charge, which will give you 80% battery charge, and that can be done in just under 40 minutes or you can plug it in for a regular charge and it would take about 8 hours.
If you have any more questions about the Hyundai Ioniq electric, please contact us at JT Hughes Hyundai Shrewsbury
How much does it cost to charge an Hyundai IONIQ
- Rough estimate - typically overnight electricity rate of 10p per kWh.
- The IONIQ will cost about £3.00 for a full charge
- Typically running costs equate to about 2p per mile
- Assuming you drive 20 miles a day, your fuel spend will be less than £120 a year.
How to charge a Hyundai IONIQ
You can charge your Hyundai IONIQ from the comfort of your own home, work or public destinations you regularly visit. At home you can charge with a standard 3 pin plug or a dedicated home charging point.
- Home charging points are the most convenient and cost-effective way to charge. Your vehicle can be plugged in overnight for a full charge every morning.
- Public charging stations are often free to use and are found in destinations like car parks, retail parks, supermarkets and others.
- Employers are increasingly offering workplace charging stations for their staff as an incentive.
- Rapid charging stations found in motorway service stations charge up your car in minutes but typically cost about £6.50 for 30 minutes of use.
How much does a Hyundai IONIQ charger cost?
- A typical home charger for the Hyundai IONIQ costs between £400-£500 fully installed with the OLEV grant.
- POD Point is offering Hyundai IONIQ customers a free 7kW home charging point until 31 December, 2016 (subject to extension).
- 3.7kW home charging point typically costs £400 - currently free with POD Point.
- 7kW home charging point typically costs £500 - currently free with POD Point.
- Prices above include the £500 OLEV grant and assume standard installation.