Using the superchargers in ontario

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Quick question.

Do we know how much tesla will charge for model 3 charging at supercharger?

I prob won't have the charging station here and installed before I pick up my model 3.

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So based on those rates, a full charge from 0 to 100% would theoretically cost $18 for the 75kW Model 3 LR.

(60*0.2)+(15*0.4)
No, you're confusing energy (kWh) with power (kW).

The car has a ~75kWh battery. That's how much energy it can store. But that doesn't dictate the charging rate. The charging rate generally goes down as the battery gets more "full". I'm not sure where a supercharger will cross over to below 60kW, but it wouldn't be hard for someone to run a test and figure that out.

kW and kWh Explained