Tesla has unveiled its third-generation Supercharger at its headquarters in Palo Alto, California, and promised to cut average driver charging time by 50%.
According to a blog post, the Supercharger V3 juice can up a Tesla model 3 long range with enough power to travel 75 miles in just five minutes of high efficiency.
The company also rolls out a new feature, called On Route Battery Warmup, which will heat the car's battery to the optimum temperature for efficient charging when navigating to a Supercharger station. An update that the company says will cut average charging times by 25%.
"This combination of higher peak power with V3, dedicated power distribution across Supercharger areas and On-Route Battery Warmup allows customers to recharge in half the time, and Tesla will earn more than twice as many customers per
Plug in baby
It's a busy month for Tesla, to reveal its latest vehicle, Model Y, at its LA Design Studio on March 1
Model Y was originally expected to come on stream this year, but the date has now been pushed back to 2020.