Tesla limits fast-charge power to 120 kilowatts in Europe or is associated with hot weather.

Tesla’s biggest advantage over other electric cars is that, in addition to its power and long range, the speed of charging is also a big bonus. And Tesla has launched in many places this year, with a peak charging power of up to 250kW of the V3 super-charge pile, known as “charging 5 minutes, can increase the range of 120 kilometers”, Tesla owners also further enhance dating experience.

Tesla limits fast-charge power to 120 kilowatts in Europe or is associated with hot weather.

Today, however, Tesla owners in Europe can’t sit still, their vehicles are limited in charging power, and the previous fast charge has become “slow charging” and the charging time is longer.

Recently, according tomedia reports, Tesla in Europe and other regions to limit its fast-charged power, but Tesla officials did not give an official explanation. Some car owners think it’s related to the local hot weather.

According to local European owners, when they recently charged their vehicles, they found that their vehicles could not charge more than 120kW, but before their charging pile charge power can reach more than 150 kW.

And riders from Spain, the UK, Portugal, Sweden and other countries with Tesla fast-charging stations have reported limits on their charging power. Most owners charge about 120kW, and even if there is no vehicle charging next to it, the charging power will not increase.

Tesla limits fast-charge power to 120 kilowatts in Europe or is associated with hot weather.

In addition,media have measured this and found that some Tesla super-charged piles are indeed limited in power, they hope Tesla has to say something about it, but Tesla has not yet responded.

For the reasons for the power limitations, some owners believe that because Europe has faced high temperatures in many countries this year, and teslas have decided to prevent charging fires from catching fire and affecting Tesla’s stock, teslas have decided to prevent some charging piles from reaching more than 150 kW.

Of course, this is only a car-maker’s guess, the specific situation, but also need Tesla official response.