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Hyundai Ioniq EV Charging Cables


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Hyundai Ioniq EV Charging Cables

The Hyundai Ioniq/Ioniq 5 Electric and Ioniq Phev EV Charging Cables will only  charge as fast as  the max. charging capacity these cars can handle. The Hyundai Ioniq Electric, Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric and the Hyundai Ioniq Phev vary with charging times, but they use the same charging cable. These charging cables can be used at home, at the work place or at any EV charging stations.  It requires a Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable which we supply in  different lengths,  5m and 10m cables. They all come with a 18 months warranty. The TUV and CE certified charging cable consists of protective rubber caps to keep it protected when the charging cable is not in use.

The first edition of the Hyundai Ioniq used the Type 1 to Type 2 charging cables, so please check before ordering.

If you have any queries please contact our friendly sales staff via email or telephone and we will be happy to help you.

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  • Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable
Product Description

Which EV Cable should i buy for my Hyundai Ioniq?

This depends on your situation, if you have a brand new Hyundai Ioniq and you don’t have a charging station installed at home, then you would be better off buying a type 2 to 3-pin charging cable for your Hyundai Ioniq. This Hyundai Ioniq ev cable will plug straight into your domestic socket (If you are based in the UK). Alternatively, if you have a charging station installed, we would recommend a 32amp type 2 to type 2 Hyundai Ioniq charging cable. This will plug straight into your charging station and charge your car at the optimum rate.

How do you charge a Hyundai Ioniq?

To charge a Hyundai Ioniq electric vehicle (EV), you will need to have a charging station installed in your home or have access to a public charging station. You can charge the Ioniq EV by following these steps:

  1. Locate the charging port, which is usually located on the front left fender or the left side of the car. The charging port will have a green light that illuminates when the car is plugged in.
  2. Open the charging port cover by pressing the button on the charging port or by pulling the release handle.
  3. Connect the charging cable to the charging port, making sure it is securely plugged in.
  4. Plug the other end of the charging cable into a charging station. If you are using a public charging station, you may need to swipe a card or enter a code to start the charging process.
  5. The charging process will begin automatically, and the car’s dashboard display will show the current charging status and estimated time to full charge.
  6. When the car is fully charged, the charging process will stop automatically. Disconnect the charging cable from the car and the charging station, and close the charging port cover.

How fast can a Hyundai Ioniq charge?

It is important to note that the charging time for the Hyundai Ioniq EV will depend on the type of charging station you are using and the state of the battery. Using an ev charging station, which is the most common type of charger for home use, it can take anywhere from 4-6 hours to fully charge the Ioniq EV.

To charge a Hyundai Ioniq electric vehicle (EV) at home in the UK, you will need to have a charging station installed in your home. The charging speed of the Ioniq EV at home will depend on the power output of the charging station and the power output of the car’s on-board charger.

The Ioniq EV is equipped with a 7.2 kW on-board charger, which means it can accept a maximum charging power of up to 7.2 kW. Using a 32amp charging cable with a power output of 7.2 kW, the Ioniq EV can charge at a rate of up to 37.2 kW. This means it can take anywhere from 6-8 hours to fully charge the Ioniq EV, depending on the state of the battery.

It is worth noting that some newer models of the Hyundai Ioniq EV may be equipped with a higher-power on-board charger, which could potentially result in a faster charging time. However, this will depend on the specific model and charging equipment being used.

Here at EV Cable Shop, we offer FREE next working-day delivery if you place your order before 12 pm, it will be out for delivery the next working day.

If the order is placed after 12 pm, we will dispatch the next working day.


Our products undergo strict quality control, to provide assurance and a written guarantee promising that we shall repair or replace your item purchased if necessary, within the specified period.


Our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

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Choose a Cable Type:

Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable, Type 2 to 3 Pin Charging Cable

Choose a Cable Length:

5M, 10M, 15M, 20M

Choose a Rated Power (Charge Speed):

6amp – 12amp Adjustable (2.3kW), 16amp (3.6kW), 32amp (7.2kW), 32amp – 3 Phase (22kW)

  1. Conard

    This cable is far better than expected and very good quality.I use it for my Hyundai Ioniq.Thank you.

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