Charging voltage is related to battery voltage. Unless Tesla change the battery voltage in the future, currently @ 400V +/-, 800V charging won't work, imo.Wonder if next year or sometime soon if Tesla can implement 800V charging that Porsche plans to offer in their EV. They are claiming 80% capacity in 15 minutes...
Yep. I was there last week and the line was only one car deep by the time I left. Certainly understand everyone's frustration. They really need temp stalls as an interim until Buttonwillow opens.
As Tesla popularity increases, do you think it's reasonable to start charging a fee as demand exceeds supply at some locations?
Or, In-N-Out could install a CHAdeMO. Better yet, let Tesla Motors install a dozen liquid cooled 150 kW Superchargers at the In-N-Out to use while enjoying a Double-Double®.Disagree. The whole point is defeated if this has to be resorted to. Tesla ought to improve the infra in this busy stretch.