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    How Long Does It Take To Charge A Tesla? Model 3 / S / X / Y And Other Car Models Integrated Table

    Jun 22,2022 | Chloe Lacour

    Tesla is arguably the most popular electric car brand today, and when you're about to buy one, you're bound to wonder how long it will take to charge a Tesla? After all, it will affect how soon you can drive out the door.

    There are many Tesla models and chargers, so it depends on which one you use and how much power you have at the moment.

    There are currently four Tesla models and models:

    Model 3
    Model S
    Model X
    Model Y
    The following will tell you about how long these models will take, and the specific chargers used.

    What types of charging stations does Tesla have?
    Supercharging station - very fast charging
    Tesla has its own network of public charging stations, and the supercharger is currently the fastest and can give Tesla electric vehicles a very good charging speed at 480v.

    The charging speed of each car model is unified (approximately mileage provided per 15 minutes of charging):

    Model 3 175 miles
    Model S 163 miles
    Model X 142 miles
    Model Y 158 miles
    There are currently 1,870 Tesla Supercharger stations, offering a total of 16,585 individual chargers.

    Approximately how long does it take to charge a Tesla using a Supercharger?

    Generally speaking, when using a supercharging station to charge, the vehicle can be charged to 80% in about 40 minutes. When the battery reaches 80%, the system will automatically change to slow charging to protect the health of the battery, until it is fully charged. 

    Charging Tesla Electric Vehicles at Home

    Although the charging speed of the supercharging station is very fast, the damage to the battery is of course relatively high. Therefore, for daily use, the home charger is still the best choice. Tesla currently provides a lot of home chargers, the following are a few is the most popular option:

    NEMA 5-15 Charger
    NEMA 14-50 Charger
    Tesla Wall Charger
    NEMA 5-15 Charger

    Every Tesla comes with a NEMA 5-15 charger that you can plug into any 120v outlet, which is the standard outlet in many countries, just like the outlet you use for your phone or laptop.

    The NEMA 5-15 charger adds about 3 miles per hour, which is Tesla's current slow charging method and is suitable for overnight charging.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla with a NEMA 5-15 charger?

    Depending on your Tesla model and version, it can take about four to eight days to charge a 0% Tesla to 100%.

    NEMA 14-50 Charger

    You can also purchase the NEMA 14-50 charger, which is a version for use with a 240v outlet, which charges much faster than the NEMA 5-15.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla with a NEMA 14-50 charger?

    Depending on your Tesla model and version, it will take about 9~22 hours to charge the 0% electric car to 100%.

    Tesla Wall Charger

    Tesla also offers a decent wall-mounted charger, which is currently the fastest for home charging, with up to 44 miles of range per hour for Tesla EVs.

    However, it should be noted that the price of the wall-mounted charger is more expensive than ordinary, and the installation cost is 500 US dollars, which needs to be installed by the official.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla with a wall charger?
    Depending on your Tesla model and version, it can take anywhere from 6 to 15 hours.

    Tesla charging timetable
    How long does a Tesla Model 3 take to charge?

    There are currently 3 versions of Model 3 on the market:

    Model 3 Standard Range Plus 
    Model 3 Long Range Edition
    Model 3 Performance
    The Model 3 has the fastest charging speed of all Tesla electric vehicles because of its smaller battery.

    Model 3 Standard Range Plus has 263 miles of range
    Model 3 Long Range has a range of 322 miles
    Model 3 Performance has a range of 322 miles

    In terms of a complete power outage:

    NEMA 5-15 charging times for Model 3 versions are 3.6 days, 4.4 days, and 4.9 days.
    The NEMA 14-50 charging time for Model 3 is 8.8 hours, 10.5 hours, and 11.8 hours for each version.
    Wall-mounted chargers charge Model 3 in 8.8 hours, 7.2 hours, and 8.02 hours for each version.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla Model S?

    There are currently 3 versions of Model S on the market:

    Model S Long Range Edition
    Model S Plaid Edition
    Model S Plaid Plus Edition 
    Each version of the Model S has a range of more than 300 miles, including 387 miles in the Long Range, 402 miles in the Plaid, and 520 miles in the Plaid Plus.

    In terms of a complete power outage:

    The NEMA 5-15 charge times for Model S are 5.37 days, 5.58 days, and 6.97 days for each version.
    The NEMA 14-50 charging times for Model S are 16.82 hours, 17.47 hours, and 21.82 hours for each version.
    Wall-mounted chargers charge Model S at 11.38 hours, 11.82 hours, and 14.76 hours for each version.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla Model X?

    There are currently 2 versions of Model X on the market:

    Model X Long Range Long Range Edition
    Model X Plaid Edition
    The Long Range version has a range of 341 miles, and the Plaid version has a range of 371 miles, which is also the largest range offered by an electric SUV on the market.

    In terms of a complete power outage:

    The NEMA 5-15 charging time for Model X is 7.10 days and 7.7 days for each version.
    The NEMA 14-50 charging time for Model X is 17.1 hours and 18.6 hours for each version.
    The wall-mounted charger charges the Model X in 11.4 hours and 12.4 hours for each version.

    How long does it take to charge a Tesla Model Y?

    There are currently 2 versions of Model Y on the market:

    Model Y Long Range Edition
    Model Y Performance High-Performance Edition
    Both versions have more than 300 miles of range, with the Long Range at 326 miles and the Plaid at 303 miles.

    In terms of a complete power outage:

    The NEMA 5-15 charging time for Model X is 6.8 days and 6.3 days for each version.
    The NEMA 14-50 charging time for Model X is 16.3 hours and 15.2 hours for each version.
    Wall-mounted chargers charge Model X in 7.8 hours and 7.2 hours for each version.
    Also note that the Tesla website does not exactly list the speed at which NEMA 5-15 and NEMA 14-50 charge Model Y, so we converted the Model X's charging rate into Model Y's initial estimate.

    How long does it usually take to charge your Tesla electric car?

    No matter which charger you use, a full charge won't take more than 8 days, although most people shouldn't run the battery to 0%, so it's unlikely to take days to charge.

    Generally speaking, it takes about 1 to 12 hours to charge a Tesla, depending on the charger you use and how much power you have left.

    Although it takes more time than refueling, charging is still relatively cheap compared to the price of charging. The representative said that Tesla will have to pay a relatively high fee at first, but it will save the owner money in the long run. If you have an installation in your home Solar panels, cost less.

    After an overnight charge, the Tesla is basically enough to get you out the door, so don't worry too much about that.

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