Video by Go Green Autos via YouTube
In this video I answer the question about charging a Hyundai Ioniq Electric 38kWh at a Tesla V3 Supercharger, as I’ve been told the CCS2 plug on Tesla Superchargers V3 will not fit in the Ioniq charge port. I had previously made a video showing our Hyundai Ioniq charging at a Tesla Supercharger (see https://youtu.be/8ofqN4-aQ6M), but this was a V2 Supercharger and received comments that the V3 plug doesn’t fit due to the LED light at the top of the charger port. So in this video, I call back into the Banbury Supercharger site as this is a V3 and is also open to all EVs. The CCS plug fits just fine and doesn’t get fouled by the LED light. I then look at the CCS plug on the Osprey and InstaVolt chargers to see the difference. I then also try the Ioniq at the Tesla Superchargers at the Oxford Redbrige Park & Ride. While these are not open to non-Tesla (yet), it proved the Tesla V3 CCS plug does fit in the vehicle.
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00:00 Trying a Tesla V3 CCS plug
01:35 Osprey CCS plug
01:57 InstaVolt CSS plug
02:48 Ioniq & CCS plugs
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