Tesla’s supercharger network recently got a boost thanks to the new V3 Superchargers (capable of charge rates of more than 1,000 miles of range per hour), as well as an upgrade to the power output of its V2 Superchargers (from 120 kW to 150kW).
This has resulted in faster charging for all Tesla customers. All that is, except a group of Model S and Model X owners with cars fitted with 85 kilowatt-hour battery packs.
We’ve had some reach out to ask why this is — so we decided to make a video explaining it all.
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