Apart from Volkswagen, it is said that Tesla will also invest in wireless charging technology for electric vehicles.
300 kW wireless high-speed charging technology for electric vehicles to come.
Volkswagen has announced that it has developed high-speed wireless charging technology for electric vehicles as a result of its work at its R&D center in the USA.
The German automotive giant has achieved 120 kW charging speed by combining the patented original wireless charging coil and charging pad design with a silicon carbide inverter. The new target is to reach speeds at the same level as the existing DC charging service, such as 300 kW.
Volkswagen, which issued a similar statement in 2021, seems to be very close to bringing this technology to the market thanks to the rapid spread of silicon carbide inverters. With the Porsche Taycan, the company signed one of the first cars to use SiC chips. It is predicted that it will be a pioneer in its use on the charging unit side.
Apart from Volkswagen, it is said that Tesla will also invest in wireless charging technology for electric vehicles. In the past weeks, the news that the Texas-based company has taken over a wireless charging initiative in Germany has been on the agenda.