With one W a month's sales of the proud "record ", the current domestic hottest electric models, must count Tesla Model 3. However, although sales have hit record high, but the owners of various doubts about the Model 3, is also endless.Today, a car owner posted on his micro blog that he had encountered a situation that Tesla could not be recharged in the State Grid under the condition of low power.
According to the owner, due to the long-distance running yesterday, Tesla's mileage was used to the limit. After arriving at his hotel, the car left 4% of its remaining power, and in the evening, the car lost another 1% of its power.
But this morning, when the car owner was charging at the nearby state grid, the situation in the video appeared. Although the charging power of the vehicle will increase, it will soon jump back to 0 again and again, and the vehicle can not be charged normally.
It is also the first time for car owners to encounter this kind of situation. After searching the Internet, they found that many owners reported that their Tesla vehicles could not use the charging pile of the State Grid for charging when the battery power was low.
Even some car owners have given quantitative data, saying that when Tesla's power is less than 20%, it can't be charged at the State Grid charging station. The reason is both illusory and silent, because the current of DC pile is too high.
Tesla also followed up. In the original micro blog comment, @ Tesla China charging team responded: "Hello, I'm very sorry to have caused you trouble. For convenience, please send us your specific time and place of charging, and also attach your vehicle VIN number. We will help you check the specific situation."
We will also keep an eye on Tesla's follow-up instructions.
In addition, before the official instructions were issued, some netizens discussed this phenomenon. Some netizens said that they have also encountered this phenomenon before. If the power is close to the limit, the charging pile will trip repeatedly when charging, which is similar to the situation in the video.
In addition, the original owner said in the subsequent dynamic that he has changed a charging pile of the State Grid, which can be charged normally. According to State Grid staff, the failure to recharge appears to be a problem with Tesla and the State Grid agreement.