Leccy.net is a simple tool to help calculate the real-world charging time for EVs. Choose your car to begin.

Which car are you charging?

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Enter the details of your vehicle.

Battery size (kWh)10kWh

Every EV has a battery with a given capacity, most commonly stated in KiloWatt Hours (kWh).

Onboard AC charger size (kWh)3kWh

Most electric cars have an on-board AC charger. It allows the car to be charged from domestic sockets or from Rapid AC outlets. They vary lots between car models and each one has a different acceptance rate, the amount of power it can handle. If you're unsure, leave the defaults.

Range in miles80miles

Different range ratings give different results. Generally, the EPA ratings are good to follow, but still won't necessarily reflect real-world range.

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This is an estimate based on a with a battery size of 0, charging from to , using a total of .
At a maximum (0) charge acceptance rate using a charge outlet of 0kW at 0 efficiency.At a maximum (0) charge acceptance rate of 0kW using a charge outlet.
For range, we use manufacturer EPA ratings where possible. We've used an electric range for this of miles.
The theoretical speed is 0, however our estimate is based on the charging becoming slower the more charged the battery is. This estimate should be closer to the speed you can expect to get out in the real world. Find out more about our calculation.