I used the "incognito" smiley face because this is more of a suspect than a statement, however here is my experience from today. I drive quite a bit (~3500 miles a month) and as a consequence I get to supercharge quite a bit. Today I noticed something strange. Today was a 10-15 minutes session and I happened to sit in the car while charging. I started from 10% SOC charging at 110kW. Obviously it quickly went down settling around 85kW. Nav was running to my final destination, therefore I had a count down in minutes of the residual time (around 10-15 minutes as previously stated). Once I reached 40% charge the timer went to zero (I was charging at 70-75kW by then) at I got the message "Enough charge to reach destination". As this is my usual commute I know that if I drive with a more "sporty" style (what I was planning to do) I get home with ~5% battery and as I had to run a few errands I decided to sit there and wait a few extra minutes to pick up a buffer. I noticed that after the "enough charge to reach destination" message the charge rate dropped very quickly to 35-40kW. The drop in charge rate was much much fast than what I witnessed during the previous 10 minutes of charging session. I would define it artificially induced... it was so fast that it felt software induced... Volts were stable but Amps were varying widely and going down pretty fast. Well, I decided to cancel the NAV and to set a destination much further out than my home and in a matter of a couple of minutes the charge rate bumped back up to 65-70kW. What do you think? Are we experiencing software controlled reduction of supercharge rate to discourage "Excessive" supercharging?