Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Chinese EV startup NIO recently started the trial operation of a supercharging station in Suzhou, according to local media outlets.
The supercharging station firstly used in the city consists of four fast charging piles, which are also known as NIO Power Charger.
（Photo source: NIO)
Debuting at the Auto Shanghai 2019, the NIO Power Charger is regarded by the startup as the “last piece of the NIO Power service system jigsaw”. The other three pieces of the “Jigsaw” are home charging pile, power station and mobile charging vehicle, said NIO.
NIO Power is a charging solution that is powered by the mobile internet. The wide-ranging network of charging and battery swap facilities, supported by NIO Cloud, allows NIO’s users to enjoy exclusive power services with a single click.
The NIO Power Charger deployed in Suzhou can charge vehicles at up to 105kW. An ES8 or an ES6 SUV with battery capacity of 70kWh can be charged from 20% to 80% of its battery capacity within 30 minutes. Besides, car owners can control the charging process and check the status via the NIO App.
Designed by a group of talents working in Munich, the NIO Power Charger will be widely deployed across China staring the third quarter of 2019.
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