Hyundai Kona and Ioniq EV Chargers and Guide

Home charging options for both the Kona and Ioniq EV. 

Hyundai Ioniq- This popular New Zealand EV has a range of between 200km and 310km depending on battery size and year.
2016-2019 – 28kWh battery
2020-Present 38.3kWh Battery
For the Ioniq we recommend either a 3 pin standard plugin charger for the 28kWh version or 16A charger if you are doing more km per day or own the 38.3kWh version.

The Hyundai Kona Electric is available in two battery versions: 39.2 kWh and 64 kWh
These sport a range of around 450km for the 64kWh and around 305km for the 39.2kWH model.
As the battery is larger on the Kona this can take a while to charge so we recommend the faster the 32A Wall mounted charger

Hyundai Kona and Ioniq EV Charge times

Estimate charge timing comparison from 20% to 80% using our EV chargers. 

Hyundai Ioniq EV Charge times

Charger type Battery Charge time
8A CHarger plugin
28kWh 10 Hours
16A  Charger 28kWh 5 Hours
32A Charger 28kWh 3 Hours
8A Plugin charger 38.3kWh 14.5 Hours
16A  Charger 38.3kWh 7.5 Hours
32A Charger 38.3kWh 3.7 Hours

Hyundai Kona EV charge times

Charger type Battery Charge time
8A Plugin charger 39kWh 14 Hours
16A  Charger 39kWh 7.5 Hours
32A Charger 39kWh 3.5 Hours
8A Plugin Charger 64 kWh 23 Hours
16A  Charger 64 kWh 12.5 Hours
32A Charger 64 kWh 5.5 Hours

Public charging the Kona and Ioniq

There two types of public chargers for your Hyundau.

The CCS fast Charger. This is a DC charger and will charge your car from 0 to 80% in around 30-40min. No need to bring a cable as the charging station has this hard wired. To used these public stations download the Chargenet App

Type 2 Public charger such as the Free Orion chargers or the ones you find a super markets, malls, hotels. Like the Orion chargers you will need to bring a cable to use these. 

Charging your Hyundai from a public Type 2 Mennekes charger.

You will need one of our Type 2 to Type 2  charge cables to make use of these chargers. The majority of free public chargers use the Type 2 Socket, so this  cable will allow you to use the chargers. Note Some public charges have a Type 2 hard wired so a cable is not needed 100% of the time. 

Kona EV parked

Popular Hyundai Kona & Ioniq chargers


Popular Kona and Ioniq Electric vehicle chargers for faster home charging. 

The Smart EV wall charger is the best option for charging at home. It will allow you to set schedules to make use of cheaper power, automatically adjust the charge rate based on how much solar you are generating if you have solar and monitor the total home load to avoid tripping the circuit breaker during high power demand.