Wireless charging system 7 Simply put, the system that charges the battery without a cable connection. We are already familiar with this system in terms of smartphones. In the same way, various companies are experimenting with the technology of charging electric cars with the help of electromagnetic waves without it. According to international media reports, this time Volkswagen has joined their team. Reputable German carmakers are reportedly looking into whether wireless charging can be used to charge their Porsche Taycan EVs.
Volkswagen has teamed up with two companies to achieve success in EV wireless charging technology. The German company plans to completely remove the large charging setup needed to recharge the batteries of electric vehicles. And they are using Porsche’s Taycan EV model car to test this work.
Volkswagen’s goal is to bring its plug-in Taycan EV down to fifty percent without the hassle of wiring, as long as it doesn’t take long to fully charge. Note that the car’s battery is 80 percent charged in 22 minutes with a 350 kW wired or wired charger. And Volkswagen thinks that with the help of electromagnetic waves in a wireless charging system, it is possible to charge the battery to 80 percent in 10 minutes. Although its invention can be considered as time consuming.
Meanwhile, Porsche’s Taycan EV will be launched in India on November 12. Like the world market it can come in Turbo and Turbo S variants here. This battery has the capacity to run up to 500 km continuously when the battery is fully charged. The acceleration power of the Turbo S variant is even higher. It accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in just 2.6 seconds, 0.04 seconds less than the Turbo variant.