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  It could be that there is a plastic cover, covering the bottom part of the charge port. If so, this plastic cover needs to be removed in order to plug in the CCS connector.

e-Golf
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CCS
max 40 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed is up to 40 kW at all of our chargers. In the charge curve below, you can see the charge speed of the e-Golf. On average, the e-Golf charges 100 km of range in 20 – 25 minutes. Charging behaviour largely depends on battery size:

  • 24,2 kWh edition: fast charging until 75%, charging will go slower after this
  • 36 kWh edition: fast charging until 80%, charging will go slower after this
Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed. More information about what influences the charge speed can be found on this page.

Quick tip #1
After a failed charging attempt (i.e., a communication error), it is always needed to reconnect the plug into the car.

Quick tip #2
If the connector remains locked when charging is finished, you can unlock the connector by using the car keys to lock and unlock the doors. The car will then unlock the connector as well.
e-Up!
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CCS
max 38 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed is up to 38 kW at all of our chargers. On average, the e-up! charges 100 km of range in 20 – 25 minutes.

Quick tip

If the connector remains locked when charging is finished, you can unlock the connector by using the car keys to lock and unlock the doors. The car will then unlock the connector as well.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed. More information about what influences the charge speed can be found on this page.

ID.3
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CCS
max 125 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed is up to 125 kW at our 150+ kW fast chargers and up to 50 kW at our other chargers. In the charge curve below you can see the charge speed at both chargers. On average the Volkswagen ID.3 charges 100 km in 10 - 30 minutes. At a 150+ kW fast charger the charge speed will slowly drop as of 30%. At a 50 kW charger this happens as of 83%.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed. More information about what influences the charge speed can be found on this page.

ID.4
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CCS
max 136 kW
Charge speed

The charge speed at our 150+ kW chargers is up to 136 kW for the Volkswagen ID.4. The charge speed at our other chargers is up to 50 kW. On average, the ID.4 charges 100 km in 10 – 20 minutes. The charge speed will drop in steps from 80% onwards.

Charge curve
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The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed. More information about what influences the charge speed can be found on this page.

ID.5
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CCS
max 136 kW

Charge speed

The charge speed at our 150+ kW chargers is up to 136 kW for the Volkswagen ID.5. The charge speed at our other chargers is up to 50 kW. The charge speed will drop in steps from 80% onwards.


The charge curve shows the charging behaviour of this car when the battery is in optimal conditions (around. 30 °C). A colder (or warmer) battery can result is a significantly lower charge speed. More information about what influences the charge speed can be found on this page.

Autocharge

Unfortunately, it is not possible to use Autocharge with a Volkswagen.

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