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To: slacker711 who wrote (9937)3/3/2019 6:27:10 PM
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350kW chargers becoming standard. Infineon indicated $3500 worth of SiC based semi content for this power level.

Also, Tesla will be announcing the Model Y on March 14th.

Version 3 of Tesla’s Supercharger is supposed to be able to charge cars at a rate of 350kW or more, according to previous tweets from Musk. That would help the company keep pace with some budding competition in the space. Porsche has said it will build 350kW chargers for its much-anticipated lineup of electric sports cars, and Volkswagen has already begun building a network of charging stations under the Electrify America brand that can charge between 150kW and 350kW. Tesla’s current Superchargers have a max rate of 145kW, and its cars can only accept up to 120kW.