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About 125 kW, this is what you can expect between 10% to almost 50% SOC in a Model 3.
The chart reveals that the European Model 3, with CCS Combo (Type 2) inlet, can take roughly 125 kW between about 10% and about 48% state-of-charge (SOC). The peak is little above 125 kW, but let’s round it to 125 kW.
The results are similar to the first report on a 117 kW at IONITY fast charger.
The power is much lower at the beginning of the charging process though (at SOC lower than 10%).
Before 50% it also begins to decrease to about 85 kW by around 60%, and then decreases further (but more slowly) to 50 kW at over 75%. 25 kW is still possible up to about 85-90%.
Overall, Tesla Model 3 offers decent charging speed (probably the best in its price range/market segment for the near future), but for sure it’s not as high as in the case of the Audi e-tron.
First production Tesla Model 3 visits Fastned, this is what happened next ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/giPdBj5t0W
— Fastned (@Fastned) February 8, 2019