Audi e-tron can replenish 100 km (62 miles) of range in less than 10 minutes at a 150 kW DC charger Audi boasted on the fast charging capabilities of its e-tron electric SUV, which not only can charge at around 150 kW peak, but also keeps the maximum power for a wide state-of-charge (SOC). The German manufacturer says that the full charge can be completed in less than 50 minutes: replenishing of 100 km (62 miles) of range in less than 10 minutes 0-80% charging in 30 minutes full charging to 100% less than 50 minutes peak power of 150 kW available over a large portion of the charging procedure (up to 70-80% SOC) While the pace of charging is really a strong point of the e-tron, the German manufacturer needs to include that Tesla improved its new S/X models to accept up to 150 kW (from ≈120 kW previously), and Model 3 can get up to 250 kW at V3 Superchargers. Here is how Audi presents the charging performance of the e-tron: Convincing: the charging curve In the current competitive environment, the charging power of the Audi e-tron sets a benchmark – and not just because of the […]


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