Here’s How Lucid Motors Will Neutralize Tesla’s Supercharger Advantage

Those highway stations will each have at least four high-speed CCS DC Fast chargers with outputs of at least 150 kilowatts (kW) by June of next year. Some will have even faster chargers, capable of 350 kW of output. Those highway sites will be located no more than 120 miles apart, making it possible for electric vehicles that aren’t Teslas to drive cross-country without spending long hours at recharging stations.

By the middle of next year, Electrify America’s network will have enough infrastructure in place to provide owners of non-Tesla EVs some peace of mind on long road trips — and the network will expand quite a bit further by 2021.

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