Today I had a long drive across the UK, twice stopping at superchargers. The charging rate during the 2nd time was much lower than I expected and the rate did not change throughout the entirety of the session. It reminded me of the new Leaf limiting charge speed during a 2nd rapid charge of the day: Nissan 'misled' buyers of electric cars Has anybody experienced / heard of similar issues with Teslas? Some background info: - Overnight charged to 83%. - Drove quite a lot during the day. Supercharged at 11:50 a.m. from 70% to 90%. Charging speed was in line with expectations. - Plenty more driving, mainly on motorways. Stopped for an hour or so twice. - Supercharged at 5:30 p.m. at 51%. - This second occasion charge rates were circa 45kW the whole time; lower than expected at this SoC. Charged for about 20 minutes to 70%. - British heatwave; ambient temperature was between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius throughout the day.