Do new Teslas with 100kWh packs still use that? I've noticed less and less 11kWh deployments for even brand new L2 charging. They are still stuck at 7.2kWh.That's gonna take a hot minute to charge that thing up from 0 on AC! It would be cool to use all of a 100 amp circuit like on the old teslas but I know that isn't totally necessary.
I believe higher end new Tesla come with max. 72 amp chargers, or about 17 kW. Before fast charging networks were built, you did have some 20kW Tesla chargers being installed along freeways (in Canada in particular), but that was 4 years ago, and they’ve been supplanted in usefulness by DC fast charging. Now, almost the only use case for higher speed AC charging is a road warrior salesman or real estate agent who drives all day and needs a faster charge at dinner time before going out at night.Do new Teslas with 100kWh packs still use that? I've noticed less and less 11kWh deployments for even brand new L2 charging. They are still stuck at 7.2kWh.
Charging at above 11kWh would be nice, but if it's going to be limited to charging at home, it's less important due to the time spent there overnight, etc. And capacity issues for the average home electric service.