The Audi’s e-Tron Got Electric Car Charging Right – And Other Cars Haven’t

When charging an electric car from a rapid charging station, the latter part of the charge always takes a lot longer than the first bit.

That’s because of basic battery chemistry — and the need to keep battery packs healthy and operating safely.

But Audi’s e-tron SUV doesn’t charge like other electric cars out there. It’s capable of higher-power charging until it’s almost full. Here’s how Audi’s charging cycle is possible, why it’s the right methodology for electric car charging in general — and why other automakers should follow Audi’s lead.

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