170 kW is the stated maximum charging capability but as users have noted here, it can go higher . I've heard some people reaching 190 kW charging speeds. It also very much depends on the types of cables used on these chargers, if they're not the right specs, a 150 kW charger might never get higher than 75 or 80 kW for even a '23 ID.4. I've hit 168 kW that I've seen but wasn't looking the whole time so it could have been higher. If it's rated fro 170, then there should not be discrimination for using a 350 kW charger. With that said, EV education is very important and many people seemingly do not understand the difference between charger ratings and vehicle capabilities. BUT - calling out all ID.4 owners is not an OK thing to do. I also was very influenced by Kyle's videos on the ID.4 -- particularly his video on driving the '23 AWD in the snow convinced me to get that over the RWD and he's multiple times noted that this car is one of the better builds and that it's a great car. Still not okay to seemingly group people together. I've met I5 owners who had no idea that DCFC every day was not great for the long-term care of their battery, but some that are really knowledgeable. There are also a lot of Tesla owners that are dicks online, but many I've met in person that are really kind people. And if history can tell us anything, grouping people together has certainly never really lead to positive things.