Watch Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Charge At 250 kW

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While we got a glimpse Porche’s first 350-kW CCS charging station, we’ve yet to see the technology in action until now.

As we continue to report, people want faster EV charging, and when it arrives and works as advertised, we should see a notable increase in EV adoption. Tesla Superchargers are capable of about 120 kW at peak rates and the new Electrify America stations offer some 350-kW ultra-fast chargers (related to Porsche since VW Group is employing the EA stations as part of its Dieselgate agreement). Ionity, ABB, and some others are also publicizing such technology.

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