Good news for owners of a Tesla, the manufacturer’s network of Superchargers has just exceeded 9,000 charging stations in Europe.
To continue to develop the market for electric cars, the network of charging stations must follow. Tesla knows this very well, and wants to be far ahead of the competition. The American manufacturer has just announced that it has exceeded 800 stations of Superchargers in Europe, for a total of 9,000 charging stations.
Tesla continues to expand its network of Superchargers
Tesla is not healthy right now. Elon Musk recently pointed out that the company’s financial situation was at its worst; or Model Y deliveries have been canceled due to engine failure on cars produced in Europe.
As of Thursday, June 30, 2022, Tesla is still back with good news: the passage of the milestone of 800 Supercharger stations installed in Europe. In detail, we learn that the brand’s electric vehicles can take advantage of 9,000 Supercharger terminals on the old continent.
Another fact to take into account, the 800th Supercharger station has been implemented in France, more precisely in Avignon in the commercial area of the Pathé Cap Sud multiplex. The latter comes to offer 28 fast charging stations, and wants to be “in line with our strategy to open larger sites to cover the needs of the ever-growing Tesla fleet circulating on European roads”.
Indeed, this new Tesla station in Avignon responds to the philosophy of the American manufacturer by offering close access to services such as restaurants, shops and even a cinema. The objective is simple: to occupy the driver during the charging period of his vehicle.
At the national level, Tesla has come to increase its Supercharger network by 50% in just one year. The month of June 2022 also includes 11 new French stations, located in Avignon, Blagnac, Brest, Châtellerault, Metz Sud, Montpellier, Neuville en Ferrain, Poitiers Sud, Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, Saint -Quentin and Tournus. Worldwide, the American firm has 35,000 charging points distributed in more than 3,500 stations.