That would mean 500 miles per hour. [ATTACH] 1 February 2017 @ Kettleman City, California USA Supercharger stations with V3’s new power electronics are designed to enable any owner to charge at the full power their battery can take – no more splitting power with a vehicle in the stall next to you. Tesla launched its newest V3 Supercharger at an official unveiling event in Fremont, California, Wednesday night. All rights reserved. Copyright © TESLARATI. Tesla began to roll out the over-the-air firmware update to a small group of Model 3 owners that were invited to attend the official Supercharger V3 unveiling. With these significant technical improvements, we anticipate the typical charging time at a V3 Supercharger will drop to around 15 minutes. Additional perks are available depending on the level of contribution. This time, we met another Tesla-supplied Model 3 Long Range at Tesla's second V3 Supercharger at the Fremont, California, factory with Firmware 2019.20.1 installed and On-Route Battery Warmup enabled. Consider becoming a Supporting Member of Tesla Motors Club. Supercharger V3 details first surfaced Wednesday evening in Release Notes for a new over-the-air firmware update that went out to Model 3 owners, first captured by Erik @teslainventory on Twitter. After the update It will popup on your map. Supercharger stations with V3 hardware are designed to enable any owner to charge at the full power their battery can take – no more splitting power with another vehicle connected to your cabinet. Preconditioning a battery isn’t something new for Tesla vehicles, especially for P100D owners looking to ‘Bring it on!‘ with Ludicrous Mode. 125 miles in 15 minutes !!! TESLA, TESLA MOTORS, TESLA ROADSTER, MODEL S, MODEL X, and the “TESLA,” “T” and “TESLA and T in Crest” designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tesla Motors, Inc. in the United States and other countries. some updates:You must update a special firmware to access sc v3 test sites. We’re launching V3 Supercharging for Model 3, our highest volume vehicle, and we’ll continue to expand access as we review and assess the results of millions of charging events. Now, whenever you navigate to a Supercharger station, your vehicle will intelligently heat the battery to ensure you arrive at the optimal temperature to charge, reducing average charge times for owners by 25%. We've heard a lot about the Tesla Model 3 and its potential to charge at 250 kW using the new V3 Supercharging technology, but this is the first we've heard about a new Model S posting such high numbers. Burton was charging at the Tesla factory in Fremont on one of the company's new V3 Superchargers. Beginning this week, Tesla is rolling out a new feature called On-Route Battery Warmup. Tesla launched its newest V3 Supercharger at an official unveiling event in Fremont, California, Wednesday night. Tesla Motors Club LLC (TMC) is an independent enthusiast organization and is not affiliated with Tesla Motors, Inc. or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. The V3 Supercharger is a big improvement over Tesla’s V2 chargers, which have a max output of 150kW, but are capped at 120kW. Tesla Model 3 V3 Supercharging: Is It Really That Fast? Update: Tesla published details for V3 Supercharging in a company blog post (included below). Most Supercharger stalls are reserved for Tesla charging but some stalls allow general parking. Tesla Model S Performance 'Record' Charging Speed At V3 Supercharger, https://insideevs.com/news/399286/video-tesla-model-s-v3-supercharger-speed/, Volkswagen ID.4 Debuts With $39,995 U.S. He started charging with the car at a 5% state of charge. Easily beats how my P85 charges. If you look at the graph it is non-linear (the charge rate in mph - or kW - decreases over time). As we first reported, V3 Superchargers will be able to charge twice as fast the current generation Supercharger with a maximum power output of 250 kW or 1,000 miles per hour. No, it means 125 miles in 15 minutes. I ran my battery down to 5% to find out what kind of charge rate I could get from my Raven Model S on the V3 Tesla Supercharger. Tesla has more than 12,000 Superchargers across North America, Europe, and Asia and our network continues to grow daily: more than 99% of the U.S. population is covered by the network, and we anticipate similar coverage in Europe by the end of 2019.