While Tesla has so far to bring in its own wireless charging answers for its electric fleet, Evatran is readying a Plugless Power solution for Tesla's mainly accepted electric vehicle, the Model S. You can keep yourself a Plugless Power inductive wireless charging pad for the Tesla Model S, which should start shipping out in April, for a deposit of .
The corporation utters its wireless charging will work with system. Specially, the pad should insert 20 miles to your Model S's variety per hour of charging, maintaining it has the "same charging time as a 7.2kW Level 2 corded charger."
It can be fitted in the garage or outdoors, and engages a 7.2-kW system that needs a 50-amp circuit. The needed adapter will, though, require to be installed by an Evatran-certified technician, except the cost will be comprised in the whole price.
Unluckily, an entirety cost has not yet been proclaimed. Moderately, though, the Evatran wireless charging pad for the Chevrolet Volt prices $1,260, $1,540 for the Nissan Leaf and $1,940 for the Cadillac ELR. The corporation also plans on ultimately making wireless charging pads for the rest of Tesla's fleet, including the Roadster, Model X and , however it hasn't yet subject a timeframe for those releases so far.