Apparently, the Kona charging computer sends info to DCFC that it can accept up to 80 kW. However, Electrify America has a nearly tripling of the price if the car communicates it can accept over 75 kW. For the Kona, this makes it more expensive per mile than gasoline. If we could limit the Kona to a number under 75 kW, then the rapidly growing Electrify America network would be used more often by Kona EV owners. I met other EV drivers who also avoid using the EA chargers for the same reason. Any ideas from Hundai or auto hackers?