A new Australian electric charger debuts with a claim it can recharge an electric vehicle in the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee. Developer Queensland-based Tritium says its device brings the future of EVs one step closer. The Veefil allows drivers of standard passenger EVs to recharge their vehicles 20 times faster than with a standard wall socket. Users can select either a half-charge of about 10 minutes or a full charge of up to 30 minutes. Tritium says the Veefil ...

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