I keep wondering how the now famous charge curves (Tesla supercharger v2 vs v3) from the v3 supercharger make sense. It seems the SoC should increase more in the beginning when the kW numbers are larger. But actually the slope seems to be steeper between 8% and 13%. I looked at the actual data from the curves in this spreadsheet (supercharger v3 vs v2) and keep wondering how the 5 minutes between the reading at 2 minutes and 7 minutes only adds 13 percentage points (from 12% to 25%) SoC, when kW starts at 250 kW and ends at 185 kW. Whereas the 5 minutes from reading at 8 minutes and reading at 13 minutes adds 19 percentage points (30% to 49%) even though the kW numbers are much lower starting at 176 kW and finishing a little over 140 kW probably). I did a very quick and very rough calculation of the slope based on the kW numbers and a bit of guesstimation and plotted the new curve next to the actual observations (Imgur). The new curve definitely seems to suggest that the SoC should increase more in the beginning. Of course there is some margin of error in the readings and the actual kW numbers probably fluctuate a bit - and maybe he preferred to do the readings when the kW numbers were high? But I still can't make sense of this?