The peak of over 140 kW last for several minutes, enabling the car to replenish 25% of capacity (81 miles of range) in 10 minutes

Testing of the higher power Tesla Supercharging (V2, upgraded up to 150 kW) by enthusiasts continues and here we stumbled on an animated chart by LivingTesla.

The demonstrated charging session concerns the Tesla Model 3 Long Range RWD with 2019.12.1.2 Firmware at 79°F (26.1 °C).

Over the 35 minutes, battery state-of-charge (SOC) increased from 4% to 78%. The first 10 minutes translated into +25% of capacity (81 miles /130 km of range) as the charging speed was the highest. The full session resulted in +74% state of charge and +240 miles (386 km) of range.

Charging power was increasing quickly in the beginning from 4% to 11% SOC, reaching over 140 kW at 4 minutes. It stayed around 140 kW up to 32% SOC (for ≈7 minutes).

The charging power drops to 100 kW at about 39% SOC, but is still was above 50 kW at 75% SOC.