Many thanksThere are many threads on this subject. The advice is good but there is a lot of it!!
100 kWh rate of charge is the max (ish) you can expect under ideal conditions.
You probably won't achieve that. Charging rate is affected by battery temp, outside air temp, state of charge (SOC), available local electricity rate of supply, the charge rating of your chosen charge point and many other issues.
If battery temp is in the mid-20s, outside air temp above 10 deg (?) and SOC down at 20% you would most likely get 100 kWh charge rate to start with. As soon as the battery temp gets too hot, even with the cooling, and/or the SOC passes 40% (ish) it will probably drop to 80 kWh (ish). That will probably decrease steadily as the SOC approaches 80%, where will probably go down to 35 kWh (ish). It takes much longer to charge between 80 and 100%.
The above figures will vary.
When you get to your charge point, you may have to queue. Your battery will probably not be at the optimum temp, outside air temp will not be optimum, don't know what your SOC will be.
In all probability you will get somewhere between 80 and 35 kWh charge rate.
Some people will have obtained the figures above, some will get better figures and some will have got worse.
Hope I haven't offended the "h" mafia. "Horse heads in the bed" type stuff.
I agree, my experience is that it does not matter whether you use a fast or a 50 KWH charger.. your max is about the same.. . - hence I am wondering why Jaguar says that it can go to 100.... - have not experienced more than 57 under all conditions ..The last time I used a public charger it's quoted power output was 150KWh.
My achieved rate was never greater than 32WKh over approx 1 hour of charging (starting at about 60% SOC).
I have achieved much faster rates from 50KWh chargers. In other words, take the published figures with a pinch of salt!
This is exactly what I can see with my MY19. I rarely stop with 5-10% of SOC, because I keep some buffer for plan B in case of trouble, so I rarely get 100kw+, but in good temp condition, I always get 82kw max up to 30% of SOC.I generally get a consistent 50Kwh from reliable 50Kwh chargers throughout the charge cycle. At reliable 150Kwh chargers I typically see an average of 80Kwh throughout the charge cycle.