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Charging curve of the new Mercedes EQS vs M3 LR, etron, Taycan and ID3



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12 thoughts on “Charging curve of the new Mercedes EQS vs M3 LR, etron, Taycan and ID3”
  1. Allegedly the MEB cars will get an upgrade to 175kW via software update later this year, the rumours say. Don’t know if it will be only for the biggest batteries and if it will be an additional charge though. VW illuded towards raising the charging speeds in the past and others heard rumours aswell

  2. Not sure why this is getting downvoted. Looks like EQS has a pretty awesome charging curve.

  3. I think Porsche could improve their charging curve. Currently, the steps look a bit random.

  4. One thing I find curious is the Audi e-Tron. As far as I can tell, it seems to be the only EV currently on the road that maintains its peak charge rate for pretty much the entire duration of 0% to 80%. Even VW’s other models the ID.3 and ID.4 don’t do that.

    I’ve seen reviewers testing the e-Tron and they all get basically that same result of a high charge rate through 80%.

    Every other EV I’ve seen or read about (including my own EV) are continuously stepping down from peak in that 0% to 80% range.

  5. The 800V system of the Taycan makes the difference between 5 and 30 percent but overall the EQS is probably better for long distance and high speed due to its efficiency.

  6. Irrelevant curve.

    A relevant graph would show miles or km gained, not battery percentage. Distance gained is what matters for driving.

    E.g. the Model 3 at 70% can go as far as most of the others at 100%.

  7. This is not a charging curve, but a power/SOC curve. A charging curve would have time on the X axis and SOC on the Y axis.

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