Has the 2023 Chevy Bolt been designed with DC fast charging?

DC Fast Charge, which extends the range of the Chevy Bolt EV from 2022 by around 100 miles in just under 30 minutes utilising Level 3 connectivity, is still available. The Chevrolet Bolt EV is interestingly also capable of DC rapid charging, meaning drivers may reach 100 miles of range in as little as 30 minutes. The ideal option for anyone will be overnight charging because it can charge an electric automobile from 0% to 100% in just 10 hours.

The A-second generation battery charges back up to 100% in about seven hours when connected to an A-rated 48-AAC charger. It can take up to two whole days to fully charge a Chevy Bolt EV using the 120 V Level 1 electric car charger that comes with the device. Some individuals charge their electric car at home using a standard wall outlet, which adds around four miles of range per hour, but it takes more than two days to fully recharge your Bolt EV this way.

In addition, the Chevy Bolt EV’s maximum Level 2 charging rate has been boosted to 11kW for 2022, enabling seven hours for a full battery charge. The 65-kWh Lithium-Ion battery pack that powers the 2023 Bolt EV will remain the same and have a 259-mile range.

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