Following last year’s release of a wireless phone charging panel for model 3 only, there is evidence that Tesla is on track to launch charging accessories for other existing models. Model 3 has a built-in wired Dock system that charges smartphones on the center console. But with wireless charging on many of today’s flagship phones, including Apple’s most popular iPhone, many car owners have opted for wireless charging as an alternative.
Tesla has also launched a wireless charging panel for the Model 3, which currently retails on Amazon for $125, after companies such as Nomad and Jeda offer wireless charging solutions for the Model 3. And now Tesla is working on a new wireless charging panel.
According to the FCC certification document, a new Tesla-branded wireless charging panel is displayed on the product page shared by the Wireless Power Consortium Alliance. The document also mentions the “extended power configuration” but does not provide more information.
The specifications of the product are as follows
Qi Registration ID””8252
Current license: Yes
Power configuration: file extension power configuration
Transmitter design: MP-A9
In-line car charger: No
Meet the automotive guidelines: No
Evaluation module number: No
Potential power level: 7.5W
Subsystems integrated into other products: not