Never be surprised on the road
Not all AC charging stations are equipped with a permanently connected cable allowing for easy charging of the car. The worst thing that can happen to the driver of an electric car is a visit to a station with only a charging socket but without its cable in the trunk. The GCev¹ cable on both sides is equipped with Type 2 plugs, which are standard in Europe for most charging stations. Thanks to it you will always be prepared to charge your car.
The GCev¹ cable will serve you for the most common type of charging, which can be found especially on the road, that is from the AC charging station. This is called Mode 3 - up to 22 kW of power - alternating current AC. Charging takes place from a wall station, "wallbox" or free-standing charger, through a cable equipped on both sides with plugs for the car and station, blocked during charging with electric bolts preventing accidental pulling out of the cable or theft.