Exactly what I posted in youtube comments on the video. Other info was nott bad.that video is flat out wrong - _ANY_ taycan can charge at 150 kW at an EA station - since they are all 800V architectures - the EA stations are 200-900V to support NON 800V EV’s (like the eTron or Chevy Bolt).
Sigh, I guess I watched too many European videos showing Ionity Chargers which give a great amount of detail. Waiting for an OBD-II app for the Taycan I guess. Hoping folks can post the codes to use with Torque Pro.@ron_b I’ve not found any display in the Taycan or on the EA stations showing volts/amps…but I might blind.
I fully expect there to be no limit to charge rate for 800 volt stations - as you correctly indicate you only need the upgraded 150 kW DC charger for some subset of 400V chargers that are more than 50 kW…it’s not clear to me what network is rolling those out