Interesting release about V3, I'm curious if people are excited about this? I added a poll for fun. https://www.tesla.com/en_CA/blog/introducing-v3-supercharging?redirect=no I guess it depends on how often you use SC. Personally, I don't because my 3 didn't come with any (bought before they started offering 6 months free), so I charge at home or one of the many free L2 stations near my house. But, there are a few key things for me in this release: 1. They are going to make existing v2 SC faster, up to 145 kW. Given in Canada we pay for SC by time and not actual KWh I wonder if the SC price increase from a few months back was tied to this increase. The max rate has gone up by around 21%, which is less than the price increase I believe. Now I know that you won't always be 21% faster since it depends more on the battery temp, etc, but it's interesting how the math lines up. Also, it didn't say if V3 rates would be different from V2. You would think in Canada it would, otherwise the total recharge cost at V2 would be double that of V3 stations. 2. V3 rolls out to model 3 first, but they say that model S and x will get functionality through software updates. This implies the V3 rate of 250kw isn't necessarily dependent on battery chemistry? Ie, a 2011 model S may be capable of the higher rate? If so, that would be unexpected. I thought the higher rate would need a different battery. Maybe this is still the case, but the wording does imply all Tesla's would be able to use V3 rates. 3. It's neat that they are implementing a warming routine so you show up at the SC with an optimal battery temp. Its a bit counter intuitive; but it implies that by spending more energy on the way to a SC and arriving in a prepped state, you actually spend less total time there and therefore less total cost (since Canada SC charges by time not kwh). I wonder by how much. The release says up to 25% less time spent at a station, which is significant.