EV charging networks are an absolutely crucial part of the growing electric vehicle infrastructure, but the fact of the matter is that most existing networks are rather inefficient and time-consuming in their operation, a problem that American automotive giant Tesla is looking to solve.
Currently being introduced across the U.S. and Canada, Tesla's all-new V3 Supercharger networks promise to reduce charging times by half. This charging network promises to juice up a Tesla Model 3 Long Range vehicle with enough power to enable it to traverse 120 km in only five minutes of charging.
This upgraded EV charging network also features an automatic warming-up feature that ensures that batteries are warmed up so that they're ready to work when the vehicle owner gets behind the wheel.
Electric vehicles have long shown promise as the next-generation mode of travel, but efficient charging is crucial to achieving that change, something which Tesla's V3 Supercharger could play a crucial role in.