It seems Arizona is doing well with V3 - more of them % wise than any other state at the moment it appears? I'm looking forward to charging at 225 in my Model X though... I thought it was already capable... hmm... wonder if this will help keep higher rates on V2s?
That’s probably a really good thing. In the summer heat, v2 supercharging speeds really suffer, especially if you end up with a slightly worn cord or one someone else already heated to the limit.
The car never tells you why you get throttled, but I have long believed that was the cord/connector thermal limits causing the throttling. If that’s correct, the v3 sites shouldn’t suffer from it nearly as much since the cable is liquid cooled.