Tesla Builts The World's Largest Supercharger Station In China

Tesla launches the world's largest Supercharger station in China. It features 72 stalls in a covered facility. The station is located at Jing’an International Center in a key central business and commercial district of Shanghai. 

Back in November 2020, Tesla inaugurated its largest supercharging station with 56 charging stalls which was in Firebaugh California. 

Now, in less than a couple of months, it built world’s largest supercharging station in China. With its 72 charging stalls, it’s now the world’s largest supercharging station.

However, it’s not the most powerful or fastest charging station Tesla has. According to Tesla, the stalls have a maximum charging capacity of 120 kW while the previous charging station in California has the most advanced V3 250 kW Superchargers. Tesla delivered over 20,000 locally manufactured Model 3 EVs China, making it a key market for the company.

The achievement of Chinese automakers in the electric vehicle industry is quite remarkable. While the rest of the world’s best automakers struggle to make competitive electric cars, China already has several successful EV makers like Nio, BYD, Xpeng, and others in the game.

Elon Musk has noted that Tesla Superchargers could be made accessible to other electric cars. This should accelerate the adoption of all-electric vehicles, considering that the Supercharger Network is one of the fastest and most reliable fast-charging systems in the market. 


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