The Model 3 has the advantage of being one of the most compatible EVs available at public AC/DC area charging stations suitable for most owners and 

future electric vehicles. According to PlugShare Australia currently has 49 Tesla DC Super Chargers mostly 120kW (V2)

 and some 250kW (V3) stations located along the south east and west coasts.

This can be done with 3 models from 250 kW to 400 volts. Compared to the Hyundai Ioniq 5 the Kia EV6 and

 the Gen GV60 trio can only deliver 225kW of power on a more sophisticated 800 volt design. 

 With the exception of Teslas there are few EVs available

 today to choose between engagements. 

 Temperature to get the fastest charging rate.