She did say in her comments that it is a “ready for prime time rig”. So cool they are driving an R1T again!
Tesla vehicles will have issues with supercharging in extreme temperatures if you don't tell the car you are headed to a supercharger. The battery has to be in the right temperature range, same as every other EV.This is the biggest advantage to Tesla SC, the integration is tightly controlled by Tesla.
Actually she said that all chargers did the same thing, and an ID4 has the same issue. She called EA and they told her that they were aware of it, but it would take some time to fix.It seems every new vehicle to the EA network hits these walls early. Early Ford and Taycan videos come to mind. As for speed, is it software not knowing the full capability of the vehicle and simply playing it super safe?
That seems like an OTA to the EA network should resolve that? Or Rivian switching something in info the vehicle sends to the EA charger?
As for the other EA stuff around chargers just not working smoothly, EA needs to get on that for everyone’s sake.