Yesterday, October 29, 2019, Tesla light up Supercharger station in Shanghai Shangjia Center, which marked the official installation of the 2000th Tesla Supercharger in Shanghai. Located in Hongqiao's business district, Shangjia Center adheres to the "Know life, Romance, Innovation and Taste" brand philosophy and combines architectural art with international fashion tastes to become Shanghai's new landmark in life.
The successful completion of the Tesla Supercharger station of the Shanghai Shangjia Center and its opening for owners not only further expanded the service capabilities of the Tesla Supercharger network, but also fully reflected the importance that Tesla attaches to the convenience of car owners. And the constant fulfillment of obligations in the Chinese market.
In the future, Tesla will work with partners to continue to expand the network of Superchargers and continue to provide quality and convenience charging services for car owners.
Since entering the Chinese market in 2013, Tesla has been striving to provide car owners with convenient charging methods and convenient rides. To date, Tesla's Supercharger network has covered more than 130 cities across the country, forming a dense charging network that spans east and west and runs through north to south. In 2017, Tesla also developed the “New National Standard” charging adapter for China's mainland market, allowing users to use the Tesla exclusive charging network, while also having more convenient and varied charging options.
In life, the owner’s city car is charged from 1 to 1.5 times a week. In shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, residential areas and other destinations, the charging station will satisfy the needs of urban consumers anytime, anywhere. For long and short trips, Tesla will continue to expand its linear section combined with automatic assisted driving technology, allowing users to fully enjoy a fascinating driving tour and meet the needs of their business trips. The Tesla concept will help users implement the concept of stopping and charging the car, providing Chinese car owners with a more stable and safe charging service.
At the same time, in order to facilitate the continuous use of electric vehicles and further accelerate the transition of the world to sustainable energy, the charging process should be faster, so Tesla introduced the new V3 Supercharger. The V3 Supercharger is a new way with a new architecture. It is based on the Tesla energy storage product concept with a new 1 MW power cabinet that can support peak charging power up to 250 kW. At this charging speed, in 5 minutes, in conditions of peak power, the all-wheel drive version of Model 3 can travel 75 miles (about 120 km). The V3 Supercharger is expected to reduce user average charge time by 50% and Tesla V3 Superchargers is expected to officially enter the Chinese market by the end of this year.
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