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First, look at Tesla's next generation Supercharger V3 in action

The first video of Tesla's next generation Supercharger V3 has been shared online, providing an insight into how the next-generation charging solution works and the benefits of it. Tesla Supercharger V3 was featured on a rainy night at a private event in Fremont, California on Wednesday. The next-generation charging station is similar to the company's existing Supercharger V2 stations, saving for thinner, liquid-cooled cables on the new devices. The Supercharger V3 supports top speeds up to 250 kW per vehicle, allowing a car such as the Long Range Model 3 to fill 75 miles of its range in just 5 minutes. In comparison, the Tesla V2 Superchargers have top speeds of ~ 1 20 kW per vehicle. Tesla estimates that V3's upgrades reduce typical charging times to about 15 minutes. While Supercharger V3 stations are currently optimized for model 3, electric sedan owners must ensure that their vehicles are updated to version 2019.7.11 to access the next-generation charger. Tesla specifically mentions this in 2019.7.11's release notes. "Your model 3 can now load up to V3 Superchargers with up to 250 kW top speeds. Supercharger V3 hardware stations are designed to allow all owners to charge at full power that their battery can take – no more splitting with another vehicle connected to your cabinet.This combination of higher peak power and dedicated vehicle distribution of vehicles throughout the facility allows you to charge half the time, Tesla says. At present, only model 3, equipped with 2170 cells, is operating to access…

The first video of Tesla’s next generation Supercharger V3 has been shared online, providing an insight into how the next-generation charging solution works and the benefits of it.

Tesla Supercharger V3 was featured on a rainy night at a private event in Fremont, California on Wednesday. The next-generation charging station is similar to the company’s existing Supercharger V2 stations, saving for thinner, liquid-cooled cables on the new devices. The Supercharger V3 supports top speeds up to 250 kW per vehicle, allowing a car such as the Long Range Model 3 to fill 75 miles of its range in just 5 minutes. In comparison, the Tesla V2 Superchargers have top speeds of ~ 1

20 kW per vehicle. Tesla estimates that V3’s upgrades reduce typical charging times to about 15 minutes.

While Supercharger V3 stations are currently optimized for model 3, electric sedan owners must ensure that their vehicles are updated to version 2019.7.11 to access the next-generation charger. Tesla specifically mentions this in 2019.7.11’s release notes.

“Your model 3 can now load up to V3 Superchargers with up to 250 kW top speeds. Supercharger V3 hardware stations are designed to allow all owners to charge at full power that their battery can take – no more splitting with another vehicle connected to your cabinet.This combination of higher peak power and dedicated vehicle distribution of vehicles throughout the facility allows you to charge half the time, Tesla says.

At present, only model 3, equipped with 2170 cells, is operating to access Supercharger V3 It remains to be seen when model S and model X, equipped with 18650 cells, will be able to make use of the next-generation charging network.

Tesla owner enthusiast Tesla Raj mentions in his Supercharger V3 YouTube video that the company will not retrofit its existing Supercharger V2 stations to V3 hardware, instead, the new chargers will simply It does not mean that there will be no improvements to the company’s existing Supercharger network, as Tesla pointed out in a new blog post on its official website that it would unlock 145kW charge rates for over 12,000 V2 Superchargers worldwide. coming weeks.

See Teslas 250 kW Supercharger V3 in action in the video below.

First, look at Tesla’s next generation Supercharger V3 in action

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