VW ID.3 1st Edition & Tesla M3 LR
You seem to know a little about a lot of things, but again I fear you’re wrong here as well. Moore’s law was about transistor numbers doubling, or chip densities, not CPU speed.It was predicted that CPU speeds will double every 2 years (Moore's Law), it's plateaued a couple of years ago. We are now joining up smaller, cheaper computers as an alternative means to increase processing power.
There is a limit to everything regardless of what people are promising. This also applies to battery charging technology.
CPU speeds are less important now because CPUs went multi threaded years ago, and they are still growing in performance hugely year on year.
There’s an idea for a petition, ask if Government will force manufacturers to implement double headed CCS chargers, I mean two is better than one, right?!
The last near 500 mile journey I did took me 10.5 hours, including 3 charging stops (1 x 20 and 2 x 30 minutes).
That fits how I like to do such a journey already, it already works.
My car would effectively need 2.5 packs (a 58kWh battery on the ID.3) so I would have needed to stop twice for a battery swap if that was instead of rapid charging. Let’s assume a battery swap took 15 mins even, doing that twice would be 30 mins, and I’d have saved 50 mins over the entire 500 mile journey.
I’d probably have had to stop a third time anyway for a comfort break, so all of a sudden there isn’t much of a time advantage at all.