It's a V3 supercharger, so up to 250 kW. But it's often the case that in the period after initial activation, new V3 superchargers don't seem to put out full power consistently. So, if you're hoping for the full 250 kW, you may have to way a few weeks.
I had no idea this was a brand new charger until my buddy mentioned it. Anyways.. I needed a slight top off to make it home to Cucamonga, pulled into this one on Sat evening. The first stall as you make a right turn into the aisle, the plug is already broke! Only after 1 day of operation.
The little notch on the bottom of the plug where the cars charge port car latches into, was gouged. My car wouldn't latch onto kept on throwing error message. Moved to the next open stall, no issue.
The Tesla App is really bad news especially for charging info. When we drive away from Palm Springs and get 100 miles down the road, the App still shows the Superchargers and Destination Chargers that showed when we were in PALM SPRINGS! Even if you check current location still shows old information. Get to Mars? Elon can’t even make his App run right. He’ll probably make a wrong turn and wind up in Uranus.
Yep... when I was leaving EMC, I saw workers putting removed fixtures into trucks. I haven't actually been to Bruxie's in a few years but whenever I would pass by it did not look busy like it used to when it first opened.