Tesla has released its latest map for its Supercharger network with new locations and routes. For some time, Tesla has been promising to expand its Supercharger network but has been falling short on this promise. The delays can be directly linked with the delay in the deployment of the new generation of Supercharging technology, the Supercharger V3. Tesla finally rolled it out last year.
The company has added 2,000 new Supercharging stations during the second half of 2019 and reached 15,000 total Superchargers worldwide. Co-founder and CEO, Elon Musk, said that Tesla will ramp up production of the Supercharger V3 and accelerate installing supercharging stations in 2020.
Here are the new maps of Tesla Supercharging stations all over the world.
Tesla Supercharging Stations North America
Tesla Supercharging Stations Europe
Tesla Supercharging Stations Asia
The map shows that Tesla is expanding in some specific markets. Elon Musk has said in the past that access to Supercharging stations, service centers, and financing options will be key for Tesla to attract new customers. Tesla installed charging stations in Europe in new countries like Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine in Eastern Europe.