Video shows EV charging stations could only deliver weak charge due to cold batteries and 36-degree temperatures.

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An electric vehicle owner was left stuck out in the cold charging his car in a dark parking lot after he realized he wasn’t going to have enough juice to make it home.

In a video posted to TikTok, the owner of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 documented his ordeal as his drive home would take 56 more minutes, while his car’s battery only had enough energy for 45 more minutes of drive time.

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Video shows the EV charging station could only deliver a max charge of 85kw/hr, likely due to a cold battery and 36 degree temperatures.

“I should be getting about 220kw/hr right now, but because my battery is about 55 degrees I’m only getting 77kw/hr, so I’m not getting any of that super fast charging that the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is supposed to get,” the man said.

After waiting in the empty parking lot for 16 minutes, the man finally decides he’s had enough and leaves, making it home with 22% battery life to spare.

The man’s ordeal is a prelude of the hellscape that awaits us all as the electric vehicle revolution proceeds full throttle, while the technology needed to sustain such a revolution remains dangerously inadequate.