BMW, Daimler, Ford, Volkswagen Group, including Audi and Porsche, jointly announced today to turbocharge the creation of an ultra-fast electric car (BEV) recharging network in Europe in order to pave the way for anxiety-free long-distance electric car travel across Europe’s major road and motorway network
This newly formed consortium of European carmakers jointly signed a potentially far reaching Memorandum of Understanding aimed at the joint creation of a high-power (350kW) electric car charging network in Europe.
The planned ultra-fast DC charging system “will be significantly faster than the most
powerful charging system deployed today”, Audi said.
“We intend to create a network that allows our customers on long-distance trips to use a coffee break for recharging”, says Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI
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