On August 7, Tesla's V3 super charging station in Beijing China Central Place was completed and put into use, the Beijing News reported.
This is currently the first V3 super charging station in Beijing and the third in mainland China.
The V3 Super Charging Pile is an overcharging method that uses a new charging architecture and has a faster charging speed than the V2 Super Charging Pile.
Taking Model 3 as an example, charging on V3 for 15 minutes can supply it with about 200km of cruising range.
At present, Tesla has constructed a variety of different charging methods such as home charging, super charging, and destination charging.
So far, Tesla has built more than 2,500 super charging piles and 2,400 destination charging piles in China, covering about 90% of densely populated cities.
According to Tesla, it will accelerate the construction of V3 super charging stations in major cities across the country and achieve the goal of "adding 4,000 super charging stations (including V3 super charging stations) throughout the year".
This figure is twice the total number of super charging piles built by Tesla in the country in the past five years.