SMM: it is reported that Tesla upgraded the super fast charging power of Model S and Model X to 250kW, at the same level as Model 3 and Model Y.
It is not clear how Tesla will increase the charging power of the Model S and Model X, but Tesla has been improving the Model S and Model X in recent years, and there are reports that Tesla will make a major upgrade to both models by the end of the year.
When Tesla released the Supercharger V3 last year, the company made it clear that only the Model 3 supported the latest 250kW charging power. Model S and Model X will support 250kW charging power through software upgrades in the future, but the company has not specified when the upgrade will take place.
Tesla then upgraded the charging power of the Model S and Model X to 200kW. Although it is still not comparable to the Model 3, it does take a little less time for Model S and Model X owners to charge after the upgrade. Last month, Tesla upgraded its recently delivered Model S and Model X to 225 kW.
Now the company has once again increased the charging power of these two models. According to Tesla's official website, both Model S and Model X currently support 250kW Supercharger. But this upgrade seems to apply only to the latest Model S and Model X, which means that older car owners can't increase the charging power of their vehicles through the OTA upgrade, at least for now.
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