Bypassing the onboard charger, they use a unique charging port to deliver DC power directly to the battery.

Up to 40 miles of range can be obtained from DC fast chargers for every 10 minutes of charging.


but are not appropriate for all automobiles. Furthermore, certain specialised charging stations

These chargers, like the Tesla Supercharger, are made for much faster charging.

The charging speeds offered by various EVSE variants vary.

An AC plug with a voltage of 120 volts (V) is used by level 1 charging stations.

delivering approximately 5 miles of range for every hour of charging, and need a dedicated circuit.

Level 2 stations require the installation of home charging or public charging equipment and charge using a 240V, AC connector.