The term "rapid charging" describes automobiles and chargers supplying a charge of 43 kW to 150 kW. Rapid charges at gas stations are projected to become frequent.
However, for the time being, they are only available at service stations, cities, and supermarkets.
You can use either Alternating Current (AC) or Direct Current (DC). Most Rapid DC devices are at least 50 kW in capacity, while the maximum rating for current Rapid AC chargers is 43 kW. Most electric vehicles can be charged to 80% in 30–60 minutes with either option (depending on battery capacity). Rapid chargers with 120 kilowatts and 150 kilowatts of power are also becoming more frequent.