Tesla Supercharger network to cover most of Canada & U.S. in a year

by SpeedLux

Tesla’s Supercharger network has been relatively limited but the company is in process to change that perception by announcing plans for a major expansion throughout the United States and Canada.

By the end of next month, the company will triple the number of Supercharger stations in service. The new stations will provide coverage to various places such as Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Austin and Dallas. There are plans to set up four additional Supercharger stations on the East Coast as well as new stations in California, Colorado and Illinois.

Within six months, the Supercharger network will expand into Arizona and connect Ottawa to Montreal. There will also be several additional stations in Texas, Florida and the Midwest.

In a year, the company hopes their Supercharger network to stretch across North America and provide coverage to almost the entire population of the U.S. and Canada.

Not just expanding the network, Tesla is also developing an improved Supercharger that will enable the Model S to be recharged in just 20 minutes.

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