The reduced supercharge speed on 90D's has been discussed for quite a while. Is anyone aware of 100D is affected as well? The 100D is less than 2 years on the market so probably not too many cars out there with heavy supercharging like 200 times. The 90D with 86kWh battery has a high charging rate of 1,4C while supercharging at 120kW (120/86=1,4). Once the 90D is reduced to ~95kW charging, the factor is reduced to ~1,1C (95/86). So now the 100D with 102kWh battery pack would not even hit 1,2C at a 120kW supercharger (120/102<1,2). Meaning the 100D has almost the "slow" charging rate of a reduced 90D. And if the 100D would be also reduced to 1,1C the difference to 1,2C would not be that big and noticeable like on the 90D from 1,4C to 1,1C. That would be just my theory. Any experience?