Chevy Bolt tapering under optimal conditions at a 100 amp DCFC station

Discussion in 'Bolt EV' started by evpleb, May 18, 2019.

  1. evpleb

    evpleb New Member

    If you're interested in learning how and at what percent charge a Bolt tapers during a fast charge, or how much time it would take to get there (ballpark, because my timings are based on optimal conditions), this video I made with the help of some kind data collectors is a good entry point to understanding.
     
  2. evpleb

    evpleb New Member

    Here's the same thing, but at 125 Amps, which will have the same tapering graph shape as 150 Amps (aside from the initially higher power of up to potentially 55kW, the Bolt's max):
     
  3. ElectricNed

    ElectricNed New Member

    Thanks, this is really helpful information. I don't have a Bolt (yet), but am strongly considering one soon and would have some long drives to make if I did.
     
  4. evpleb

    evpleb New Member

    No problem! There's actually another speed level higher (55 kW) that I posted in a different thread. You can find it here. That's the highest power at which the current model year Bolts will charge.
     

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