Electric car manufacturer Tesla stated in its official public account that as of now, the company has more than 20,000 super charging stations worldwide.
At the same time, Tesla stated that it has built more than 490 super charging stations in mainland China (excluding Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan), with more than 2,000 destination charging stations, covering more than 250 cities in China, forming a complete national charging network. In the future, the company will continue to expand the charging network to provide car owners with more high-quality and convenient charging services.
Previously, Tesla disclosed in its third-quarter financial report released on October 21 that by the end of the third quarter of this year, the company had 2181 super charging stations, an increase of 32% year-on-year; the number of super charging piles increased to 19,437, a year-on-year increase of 33%.
The financial report shows that in the third quarter of this year alone, Tesla added 146 super charging stations and installed 1,337 new charging piles.
Now, more than half a month since the release of the third-quarter financial report, the company said that the number of super charging piles it owns has exceeded 20,000.
Tesla has realized from the beginning that fast, extensive charging is essential to building a shared Tesla ecosystem so that car owners can switch their gasoline-powered cars to electric vehicles. Now, the company’s super charging network is one of its most important advantages.
As Tesla’s electric vehicle deliveries increase, consumers’ demand for charging stations will increase. In the future, Tesla needs to build more super charging stations and charging piles.
The super charging station is based on a complex electromechanical system, which can provide electricity to Tesla cars and can fully charge the car in only 20 minutes. In addition, it can also be installed on the busiest traffic routes in Asia and can be used for long-distance travel.