## Comment Re:Okay, but... (Score 1) 171

The article is incorrect. It is definitely 70 kW for both the Hyundai Ioniq and the Kia Soul EV. Hyundai states a 30 minute charging time (to 80%) on a 50 kW charging station, and a 23 minute charging time (to 80%) on a 100 kW charging station. However, only a maximum of 70 kW is ever used. Which is a lot already given that the battery is 28 kWh net only and probably around 32 kWh gross - which means that 70 kW charging implies a charging rate of 2.2 C - higher than any other electric cars, and much higher than most Tesla models.