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Model X Supercharging curves, 2022

Some charging results from my 2019 Raven Model X Performance and the new LR2022 model.

This graph is Raven

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This graph is new 2022 LR

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Same V3 charger albeit the sessions are a year apart. The new LR can maintain over 200kW+ until approx 40% SOC and by 50% still over 150kW (154). At 60% its down to 123kW. On my Raven once I got to 37% the rate is flat around 92-94kW all the way to 71%. The new model is a game changer at v3 charging stations. At this point I have to rush my wife and kid to go take a bathroom break as the car will be ready when they get back! That's a real nice change for travel scenarios, drive ~3 hrs stop for 12-15 mins.

Hope this helps
Wonder if it will handle the new 300kw+ v4s.. would be awesome if it did. Speeds up site turnover time.
 
Same V3 charger albeit the sessions are a year apart. The new LR can maintain over 200kW+ until approx 40% SOC and by 50% still over 150kW (154). At 60% its down to 123kW. On my Raven once I got to 37% the rate is flat around 92-94kW all the way to 71%. The new model is a game changer at v3 charging stations. At this point I have to rush my wife and kid to go take a bathroom break as the car will be ready when they get back! That's a real nice change for travel scenarios, drive ~3 hrs stop for 12-15 mins.

It's better than the G/H pack 06/2020 but much less so, they probably have even more legroom to make it faster over time. G/H maintain speeds over 150kW up to 47% and 100kW up to 68%. At 47% the drop to 100kW is sudden though (a single step), so if the new one goes down gradually it's indeed much better here.
 

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