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Tesla Plans To Cut Charging Times By Half

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Automotive News reports that Tesla is updating its charging network to decrease charging times by up to half. As rivals like Porsche and Audi enter the market with their own cost-saving features and perks, the Model 3 fleet is looking to shake things up for consumers. After doubling power at Tesla’s charging stations, the electric car company has said charging times will drop to approximately 15 minutes. The complete rollout of the V3 Supercharging network will take until the end of the year.

Added on the 07/03/2019 10:50:25 - Copyright : Wochit

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