Tesla’s just lately introduced fourth-generation (V4) Supercharging stalls had been noticed within the Netherlands, the place the primary items are being put in in Harderwijk.
The corporate revealed in the course of the 2023 Investor Day that installations of the V4 Superchargers started in Europe and that they are going to be geared up (amongst different enhancements) with longer charging cables to help non-Tesla electrical automobiles. Let’s recall that non-Tesla EVs have charging inlets in numerous places and thus generally may require an extended cable than the usual one in V1-V3 Superchargers.
The video supplied by electricfelix presents a web site underneath development in Harderwijk, which is predicted to be opened within the second quarter of 2023 and provide as much as 16 stalls. A few of the stalls had been already put in (or partially put in) and they’re noticeably taller than V3 Superchargers.
It is believed that they are going to look like within the drawings, which had been first proven in mid-2022, or just like the stalls for electrical vans. A pleasant view of what to anticipate was additionally proven by Wayne Lewis in a current tweet:
We do not find out about another V4 Supercharging web site underneath development, which could imply that the station in Harderwijk can also be the primary V4 in Europe.
Right here is one other have a look at the location:
It is presently not clear if the ability output of the V4 items will probably be greater than the prevailing 250 kW within the V3 model. The brand new infrastructure may also be prepared for greater voltage (1,000 V degree), however in line with a photograph revealed by Esther Kokkelmans, it is nonetheless 250 kW at as much as 500 V.
Installations of V4 stations in North America to comply with after Europe, which was prioritized to deal with non-Tesla EVs. At the moment, greater than half of the stalls in Europe can be found for non-Tesla automobiles, whereas in the US, the pilot rollout is on the very starting (10 first stations).
At the moment, the primary subject of non-Tesla EV Supercharging within the US is to easily introduce the Magic Dock (CCS1 adapter built-in into Supercharging stall).
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