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Please feel free to move my post as a sub post in a new section "IONIQ 5" under "Hyundai"!


I've mentioned the Kia EV6 aswell, as it's based on the same platform and shares drive trains, batteries, charging capabilities.

Limted data available and a charging video with the current pre production model - all my data is from German language sources.

Battery sizes: 58kWh and 72.6 kWh, both are usable (net rather than gross) capacity figures.

Drive trains: RWD and AWD for both battery sizes for the Hyundai, RWD for both sizes and AWD only for the big battery in the Kia.

Charging speeds at 350kW 800V HPC, peak speed is officially 220 kW for the big battery, they seem to be scaled by the size (see full charging speed 10%->80%), so max speed for the 58kWh pack should be around 176kW.

Charging times 10%..80% according to Hyundai:

detailed figures from https://konfigurator.hyundai.de/configure/ioniq-5/46/V1/139/trims

choose "Motor" configs and look into last tab "Ihre Konfiguration"

72,6 kWh pack

  • 800V DC HPC: 18 minutes
  • 50 kW 400V DC: 57 minutes
  • AC 10.5 kW: 6h15m

58 kWh pack

  • 800V DC HPC: 18 minutes
  • 50 kW 400V DC: 47 minutes
  • AC 10.5 kW: 5h

WLTP figures (ranges and consumptions):

https://www.hyundai.de/wltp/ -> scroll down to "IONIQ 5"

Charging video, preproduction car, with some data points:

  • starts at 12%
  • 1 min - 14% - 181 kW - 2 kWh
  • 4 min - 23% - 187 kW - 10 kWh
  • 5 min - 31% - 190 kW - 16 kWh
  • 7 min - 40% - 221 kW - 23 kWh
  • 9 min - 48% - 223 kW - 29 kWh - upto 56%
  • 11 min - 57% - 124 kW - 36 kWh
  • 13 min - 65% - 161 kW - 43 kWh
  • 17 min - 76% - 152 kW - 51 kWh
  • 18 min - 80% - 153 kW - 54 kWh - at 749V btw.

 

Above link is from the "New Vehicle Models" section, where I first posted this, but it seems not to get much attention lately, so I've re-posted here.

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I just did an extended test drive with an Ioniq 5 Long Range AWD on 19" wheels. I used a Raspberry Pi attached to the OBD2 port to get live data into ABRP. Works quite well, the BMS accepts the same codes as the BMS of the Kona.

The route was mixed speeds, with longer stretches at 130km/h. ABRP shows 201 Wh/km @ 110 km/h calibrated reference consumption.

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