Friday, September 29, 2023

Tesla installs its 50,000th Supercharger in California

Tesla has reached a significant milestone with the installation of its 50,000th Supercharger. This particular charger stands out from the rest with its unique red design, utilizing the Ultra Red color typically seen on Model S/Model

Although Tesla hasn’t revealed the exact location of this Supercharger, the company’s NACS port suggests it’s most likely located in North America. Tesla enthusiasts quickly identified the location as Roseville, California, more specifically at 1851 Freedom Way. This new facility is expected to attract a large number of Tesla users and become a busy charging location.

There is no indication that the special charger differs from conventional superchargers in terms of power output or charging costs. The standard charging power is expected to be 250 kilowatts. Tesla’s Supercharger network is already the largest fast charging network in the world with more than 5,000 stations. The company continues to expand the network rapidly and will secure its position as the largest network in the near future.

In the coming years, Tesla plans to make superchargers more accessible for electric vehicles from other manufacturers. This will be achieved through a Supercharger pilot program for non-Tesla vehicles and the adoption of Tesla’s NACS charging plug by other manufacturers in North America. This transition will lead to more competition between charging companies and other electric vehicle manufacturers and lead to improvements in charging performance, prices, locations, reliability and services.

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