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approach 32°F and below, it implies that at that temperature, the DC Fast Charging speed is less than 6.6 kW. That's
Is it that DCFC is slower? My take is that with AC charging, the car can take as long as it wants to get the battery up to temperature and then start charging. You wouldn't want the car to sit on a DCFC for 20 minutes warming up before starting to charge. I don't know if (or why/why not) the bZ4X has battery preconditioning that would have it prepared to take a DCFC in cold weather, but it definitely has a traction battery heater that runs during (or maybe before) AC charging.
 
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