General Motors might be putting up a tough competition against its rivals pertaining when it comes to usability of its electric vehicles.

In its latest creation, the American auto giant along with one of its research partners Delta Americas has developed a fast charge system capable of recharging batteries with 180 miles of driving range in less than 10 minutes, making it faster than Tesla’s Superchargers.

The collaboration might help GM develop cars that would be charged at the rate of 18 minutes worth of charge per minute

The collaboration might help GM develop cars that would be charged at the rate of 18 minutes worth of charge per minute. Post the much-anticipated EV boom around the world, one of the issues that might worry the consumers is likely the availability of recharge stations and the refill time.

Currently, Tesla claims that its supercharger stations can completely recharge its vehicles in nearly 30 minutes compared to GM's Chevrolet Bolt which in the same amount of time st public stations charges for about 90 miles

“Everybody would like to replicate what we can do when we’re filling a tank of gasoline,” said Sam Abuelsamid, an analyst with the Navigant Research. “This is especially true for people who live in cities. It makes a lot of sense to have an EV in urban areas, but people who live there are least likely to have access to charging,” he added

Currently, Tesla claims that its supercharger stations can completely recharge its vehicles in nearly 30 minutes compared to GM’s Chevrolet Bolt which in the same amount of time at public stations charges for about 90 miles..