Less downtime
more uptime

Connecter TYPE






(Alternating Current)


Home (domestic socket)


8 hours*

10 hours*


Wall box


3 hours*

3 hours 45 min*


On street (fast)


On street (fast)

On street (fast)



1 hour*

1 hour 15 min*


(Direct Current)

On street (rapid)


25 min*

30 min*

CCS DC rapid charging

up to 50kW

CHAdeMO DC rapid charging

up to 50kW (optional)

Type 2 AC charging

up to 22kW

On-street charging

Drivers can recharge 80% of the battery during a quick 30 minute* lunch break – that’s the equivalent of 50 miles electric range -ideal for topping up the battery during the day.

Unlike other electric vehicles, the dual on-board inverter chargers in LEVC electric vehicles allow drivers to harness the full charging rate available – meaning the vehicle can use all of the available current to recharge the battery quicker.

Home charging

The easiest and cheapest way to charge your EV.

Utilising a ‘Smart’ home charger, owners have the added benefit of being able to schedule charging events to take advantage of off-peak energy tariffs.

Charging overnight at the national average electricity price of 12p per kW**, a full charge would cost around £3**. However, if you take advantage of overnight off-peak energy tariffs the cost to charge can be significantly less.

Finding a charge point 

We’ve partnered with Zap-Map to make it easier for you to locate the nearest charge points to you or on your typical journey – helping you maximise the savings available from driving on electric power.

Our interactive map, viewable in a web browser or using an iOS or Android app, lets you navigate the public EV charge network, view connector type, charging speeds, comments from other users, and even get a live status update on individual charge points.

LEVC are working with local authorities and government regulators to install dedicated taxi infrastructure.

*Charging times quoted are in optimal conditions and may vary.

**As at time of publish Dec 2020