Charging the Hyundai Ioniq 6

Everything drivers need to know about the Hyundai Ioniq 6

Taking on many of the design elements of its compact crossover sibling the Ioniq 5, including the pixelated rear taillights, polygonal body styling, and large aerodynamic wheels, the Ioniq 6 introduces unique elements in its curved, coupe-like body lines reminiscent of the iconic Sonata. The Korean-automaker’s launch of a stylish non-luxury sedan in an industry dominated by crossovers and SUVs is a bold-move, one that has given EV shoppers a much needed alternative to the tried-and-true Tesla Model 3.


It's not all form and no function. Similar to other E-GMP EVs from the Hyundai and Kia-shared platform, buyers can choose from standard range or extended range battery packs  and  rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. Other features include dual 12.3” instrument cluster and infotainment screens, hands-free driving and Hyundai’s digital touch key that allows you to use your phone as the key to your EV.

Charging the Hyundai Ioniq 6

Hyundai Ioniq 6 comes in multiple configurations: A 58 kWh option with  rear-wheel drive and a 77.4 kWh battery in either rear or all-wheel drive. The Ioniq 6 has animpressive range from 240 miles to 361 miles dependent on battery pack configuration. Regardless of trim, drivers benefit from quick Level 2 charging speeds of 11 kW and DC fast charging rates of 170 kW for Standard Range and 277 kW for Extended Range models.


Charging at home is one of the most convenient aspects of owning an EV, allowing you to take advantage of cheaper electricity rates from your home utility provider. A smart charger like the JuiceBox 48 will allow drivers to schedule and monitor charging sessions from the comfort of home.

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Hyundai Ioniq 6 charging times & range

Model year
Charge rate
Battery size
Charge time on Level 1
Charge time with JuiceBox® 48
Electric range
2023-Present Hyundai Ioniq 6 Standard Range
11 kW
58 kWh
38 hours
5 hours
240 miles
2023-Present Hyundai Ioniq 6 Extended Range
11 kW
77.4 kWh
51 hours
6.75 hours
270-361 miles

DC fast charging: CCS combo

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 charges by way of CCS Combo port located at the passenger-side rear fender. The Ioniq 6, like all other E-GMP based models in the Hyundai Motors Group, has some of the fastest DC fast charging speeds, so making use of a public charger like the Enel X Way JuicePump 180-360 kW charging station can allow drivers to take full advantage of up to 277 kW speeds available. Hyundai has also committed to adopting the North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector starting in 2025 for future models. Enel X Way chargers will be compatible with NACS starting in 2024.

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Hyundai Ioniq 6 home charging stations


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