Under normal circumstances, pure electric vehicles have a fast charging interface and a slow charging interface, and the positions of the two interfaces are also different. The current mainstream design is that both interfaces are located in the network. However, the charging port of some cars is in the hood, and some are in the rear of the car. Therefore, the specific situation should be decided according to your needs. Normally, the most conventional position is at the rear of the vehicle. In this case, the vehicle can be reversed when parked, and it will be relatively more convenient to charge in, especially for places with narrow spaces. It is relatively more convenient, of course, some subsequent models are also designed in the front position, so it is also due to some related layout considerations of the vehicle.
Electric vehicles are not only a major new energy trend in China. For developed regions and countries, such as Europe and the United States, the increasingly stringent emission requirements have caused foreign manufacturers to accelerate the development of electric vehicles. However, the charging standards for electric cars have not been uniform. With the construction of more and more charging stations, national standards are already facing a situation of direct conflict. At present, there are 5 major charging interface standards in the global market (1.IEC 62196 2. SAE J1772 standard 3. GBT 2023 4.CHAdeMO 5.Tesla), all of which are in use, and there is no unified standard. There is no uniform standard for building charging piles, and everyone wants to be the only one.
Of course it is possible. You can use 220 volts to charge directly, but this is a slow charge using the corresponding portable electric vehicle charger. The charging speed is relatively slow, or you can choose to charge in an external car charging pile, which is faster.
It is safe. It is safe to charge new energy vehicles overnight. The current new energy vehicle manufacturers consider the problem of overcharging when designing. Therefore, overcharging is protected in the design, so there is no need to worry about the safety of new energy vehicles charging overnight. Up. Because the battery of new energy vehicles is a relatively fragile part, and news such as spontaneous combustion of new energy vehicles will appear from time to time, it has also caused consumers' concerns. In fact, the battery of a new energy vehicle is not that dangerous, because under normal circumstances, the car factory will pay sufficient attention to the safety of the battery and electronic control for the safety of the driver, such as designing an overcharge protection function when charging for a long time; or change the design of the battery. And with the continuous development of technology, there will be safer battery technologies in the future, such as the type 2 electric vehicle charger and type 2 charger socket provided by AG Electrical, so you don't need to worry too much.