When you’ve a beast in the works, it pays to be able to feed it amply. Porsche has installed a host of 350 kW DC CCS combo chargers in Berlin, Germany, which have been installed for the marque’s upcoming Mission E fully-electric model which is slated for production in 2019, at a rate of 20,000 units per year, according to German page Elektroauto im Alltag.

These will each interface with the vehicle’s through a Huber+Suhner liquid-cooled charging cable, which are rated at 400 A and 1,000 V. The chargers are developed by Porsche Engineering, and each supplies up to 800 V. Though the chargers are rated at 350 kW, the report says that they should also be able to charge older and lower-powered EVs, such as the 50 kW chargers presently available.

Another similar facility is under construction at Porsche’s centre in Atlanta, US, which will be the second such setup after the Berlin outlet. In the Mission E concept, the specially-developed charger is twice as powerful as current devices, and will give its lithium batteries up to 80% charge in 15 minutes.

GALLERY: Porsche Mission E