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  1. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    The Electric Circuit is raising its charging rates in Quebec As per Quebec provincial regulations, the Electric Circuit is announcing changes to its rates for fast-charge stations starting on February 1, 2022. The new rates will reflect the actual power supplied to the EV and the vehicle...
  2. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Hyundai Ioniq 5 fast-charging and V2L capability tested When Tech Radar got their hands on the AWD version of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, they decided to test some of the marquee features. This included its speedy 350 kW DC fast-charging capability and vehicle-to-load (V2L) functionality. The Ioniq 5...
  3. Tesla Tech Talk
    Happy New Year from a new Model S owner. We just picked up our car out of state and staying at a hotel before we drive south to Florida from Delaware. We picked the hotel for its advertised EV charging. The charging station is a -chargepoin+ (Chargepoint) "DC Fast" system. Either I am truly...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Lucid Air fast charging test: peak over 300kW, 50kWh added in 11 minutes After a test on an Electrify America DC fast-charging station, the Lucid Air charged faster than a Tesla Model S or a Porsche Taycan. The Lucid Air Dream Edition went from 0% to 80% in 37 minutes and took 45 minutes to...
  5. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    BC Utilities Commission approves fast-charging rates Today, the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) issued a decision on FortisBC's fast-charging services. The new time-based rates reportedly will be $0.26 per minute for 50 kW stations and $0.54 per minute for 100 kW stations...
  6. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    FLO opens North America's northernmost DC fast charger in Fairbanks, Alaska Just days after Tesla opened the northernmost Supercharger in North America, FLO has has announced they have opened the northernmost DC fast charger on the continent. The two new fast chargers are located in Fairbanks...
  7. Model 3: Customizing & Modifications
    First time Tesla owner. Not a car guy at all so please don't mind my ignorance. I just got a M3P 2022 and I live in NJ. Tsportline is just too expensive compared to options in tirerack.com However, im reading around here that not all 18in wheels will fit in the M3P Hopefully I can get help...
  8. Roadster
    Some simple math reveals that the new Roadster should be capable of charging at at least 320kW. Let's take a look: -The Long Range Model 3, with a 75kWh battery, can achieve a peak charging rate of 120kW on a Supercharger -The base model new Roadster has a 200kWh battery -(120kW/75kWh) * 200kWh...
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