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EU Level 2 Chanrging - Single Phase, Three Phase


Jan 19, 2017
Rome, Italy
Hello everyone. I am in Rome, Italy, and this is possibly only a meaningful question for fellow Europeans as it pertains our local electric system/infrastructure. But, in principle, it applies to every country.

I am about to take delivery of my Model Y, and there's one thing I still can't find out about it.

  • What is Model Y's peak charging speed (kW) when charging AC, single phase - 220V (Level 2)? I think it is 11kW, but can anyone confirm? Also, will that increase via software update, as far as you know?
    So, these are already two questions I suppose. :D

  • What is Model Y's peak charging speed (kW) when charging AC, three phase - 380V, if that is supported? If it is, will I need some dedicated adapter?
    I know by reading in the installation manual, that the Tesla Wall Adapter does support three-phase input wiring. But, what peak speed will the car charge at (of course assuming such power is available to you from the utility)?
    I am particularly curious about this.
Thank you very much in advance! :)

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