on the first graphic you could see the full charge for a 75KWH pack.
It take 1:20h for charging 59KWH in the pack, the speed average was about 44 Kw.
As you can see, the max power charge was about 98KW
On this second graphic, you could see about the same full charge for a 90KWH pack.
It take 53 minutes to charge 63 KwH in the pack, speed average was about 70KW
Here, the max power charge was about 118KW.
On this third graphic, you could see about the same full charge for a 100KWH pack.
It take 48 minutes to charge 63 KwH in the pack, speed average was about 79KW
It’s about the same as the 90KwH, but you can charge more with the 100Kwh as you can see at the last graphic.
here the 100 kWh Pack made a full charge in 1 hour, for 77 Kwh charged.
It’s probably one of the reason why TESLA decide to stop the 75KwH battery pack, the cells used are not the same as for the new packs 100 and 75 of the model 3. So we can expect a new battery for the model S and X.
If you want to know more about battery range and loose statistics : battery loose statistics