Electric vehicles continue to be fitted with newer, more advanced technology pretty much every year. As the industry leader, you can expect Tesla to provide some of the best performance stats, as well as to ensure a quick, safe and efficient charge. In fact, compared to other EVs, you’ll find that your new Tesla will be able to charge much faster and ensure a greater range on a single charge than pretty much any other car.
Your Littleton electrician can tell you all about how Tesla wall chargers work and why Tesla’s performance is better. Of course, it will depend a lot on the type of charger you’re using and how much your battery is already charged to begin with.
A typical Tesla charger can ensure a full charge in anything from 6 to 12 hours. If your car is already partially charged, that time frame can be much quicker, and it’s worth mentioning that the battery’s “sweet spot” is somewhere around 20% to 80% Between these values, your Tesla EV will charge more quickly, while past 80%, it will slow down to protect the health of your electric battery.
If you’re using a Level 3 supercharger, you can get the best possible charging speed for a Tesla. In fact, you can actually get from a range of zero to 170 miles in just over 30 minutes, and your battery will reach 80% in about 40 minutes.