kW per hour is a meaningless metric. If they're right in saying that electric cars consume 80 kWh per 100 miles, your 60 kW "pump" will charge the car in about 80 minutes. You're off by an order of magnitude.

Assuming a 200 mile battery (minimum useful in my opinion), we're talking about 160 kWh dumped in over the course of 10 minutes, is 960 kW - or about a megawatt. At 220V, that's about 4500 Amps, and normal home service is usually not more than 200 amps. So, if you got 20 of your closest neighbors together, and wired all their houses into one giant charging station (and shut down all appliances, computers, lights, heaters, and stoves), you could charge your car in 10 minutes.

Not seeing this working with our current power grid...