Tesla’s first V4 Supercharging station with 16 stalls within the Netherlands, Harderwijk, is now open to non-Tesla electrical autos.
On March 15, Tesla established its first V4 Supercharger location however on the time, solely their vehicles might put it to use, till right this moment. Though the V4 is able to producing 350 kW of cost, it’s initially restricted to 250 kW. The corporate has since confirmed that the brand new web site is open to all electrical car makers that use CCS2.
The V4 comes with considerably longer wires to achieve charging inlets in varied locales, in response to early clients. Tesla confirmed the cables are between 9.5 and 9.8 toes (2.9 to three meters) which is 3.5 toes longer than we get on the V3 Supercharger.
The stall’s design is totally redesigned; there isn’t a longer a void within the middle, and the charging cable holder is now positioned on the stall’s aspect. In concept, the V4 can produce as much as 615 amps and 1,000 volts direct present, which suggests it may well produce 615 kW. In Europe, the V4 comes with the CCS2 connector whereas in North America it comes with the Magic Dock, which mechanically switches between CCS2 and Tesla connector (NACS) relying on the car being charged.
Whereas some Tesla homeowners could also be delay by anticipated wait intervals, in actuality, the extra charging stations we’ve got, the much less we’ve got to attend. Charging instances are considerably quicker with the V4, and with 16 cubicles in Harderwijk, there must be no ready.
The non-Tesla Supercharging Pilot is now obtainable at chosen stations in 15 European nations, Australia, and roughly ten websites in the US, with plans to develop protection within the close to future