Model X

Speed of charging for new 2020 Model X

edited November -1 in Model X
I had a 2016 Model X and was able to charge it at 72 amps for 47 mph using my wall connector. I just purchased a 2020 model X long range today and It only goes up to 48 amps and charges at 36 mph (I’m using the same exact wall connector). Is this normal , or am I doing something wrong.

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  • edited November -1
    I had a 2016 Model X and was able to charge it at 72 amps for 47 mph using my wall connector. I just purchased a 2020 model X long range today and It only goes up to 48 amps and charges at 36 mph (I’m using the same exact wall connector). Is this normal , or am I doing something wrong.
  • edited August 2020
    I had a 2016 Model X and was able to charge it at 72 amps for 47 mph using my wall connector. I just purchased a 2020 model X long range today and It only goes up to 48 amps and charges at 36 mph (I’m using the same exact wall connector). Is this normal , or am I doing something wrong.
  • edited August 2020
    That's normal. The older S and X had two on-board chargers providing 2x36 amps charging, the newer ones have one charger with max 48 amps.
  • edited August 2020
    My 2016 used to charge at 30 mph with 2018 software. Just updated and charges 15 mph.
  • edited November -1
    Check the max Amp settings and can you increase it?
  • edited August 2020
    @modernjewels - On the plus side, you can charge at up to 250 kW at V3 Superchargers - same as the 3 and Y.
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