The superchargers of Tesla are already known for being able to charge vehicles faster. Now, the units are coming to the European continent.
The Supercharger V3, which is known for making the charging time slower, can feed the electric vehicles by Tesla up to 250kW. Other models such as the S and X go up to 200kW.
Now, according to the carmaker’s tweet, they’ve “unlocked more power in Europe,” reaching around 400 stations. This extra boost happens from the special charging that is fed by a Supercharger V2.
There are no plans to release the V3 so far in Europe, but the consistent growth of EVs will make the charger grow in the continents.