And I disagree 100%.I'm not assuming that 350 kW is the cap. In fact, we already know of 500+ kW systems that are being tested. My point is, the less often you have to go out of your way to refuel, the better, regardless of how long that stop takes. Ultimately, it's probably not going to be a choice. We're likely less than five years away from a 500+ mile, 500+ kW charging EV, and we're likely less than 10 years away from an affordable version of that EV.
My point, though, is that range is more important than charging speed, so if it was a choice, I'd rather have a 500-mile Bolt EV with 1 C charging rate than a 250-mile Bolt EV with a 3 C charging rate.
When you drove ICE cars exclusively (pre Volt) did you get a diesel truck with a dual fuel tank setup so you would only have to re-fuel once every 6 months? Or did you get an efficient car with a small fuel tank?
If you didn't get the diesel truck with the dual fuel tanks, then why do you want the EV equivelent today?