The Superchargers of Tesla are definitely faster compared to the most public EV stations because they are slower than your expectations. They often take at least 40 minutes to charge 80 percent, so you can’t efficiently move faster than you visit at a gas pump. Elon Musk has announced 3rd generation Superchargers and these Superchargers have the ability to supply more power than the maximum 150 KW per vehicle. Musk further indicated that 350 KW floated as a guess by Fred Lambert of Electrek has been considered a Children Toy. Musk didn’t mention more about its specifics to surprise everyone, so it hasn’t yet confirmed that how quick the new system will charge to a vehicle. It will be cleared after its arrival to find its compatibility with existing cars of Tesla.
Point to be noted that Auto-blog compatriots pointed out that Geneva has planned to launch buses. These buses will use 600 KW “Rapid Charging” to keep running without wasting extra amount of time to meet their schedules. It is important that a longer recharge at the end of line will take just 4-5 minutes. It will be considered rapid charging if Tesla fulfills its promise for providing this level of power delivery. It will provide a rapid charging if you visit a Supercharger point. New advancement will go a long way toward making EVs more acceptable for public use in refilling their vehicles in a short amount of time. It would consume shorter amount of time for charging and provide quick access for the next driver. Tesla is spending more to upgrade stations, but hasn’t yet planned for additional stations and it will take a considerable amount of time.