Tesla has recently taken another big step towards expansion to all continents. The company has now opened its first two Superchargers stations in Africa, expanding into previously unexplored territories.
Tesla is one of the most coveted cars in the world. While at the moment the company is officially present on all inhabited continents of the Earth, Africa remained on the sidelines. Now the situation has changed and the happy owners of Tesla in Morocco became the first in Africa who can charge their cars with Superchargers.
@MarcoRPTesla/Twitter shared the great news, explaining that Tesla opened two Supercharger stations in Morocco. One of them is located in Casablanca at the Parking Onomo Hotel, Boulevard Al Massira Al Khadra 20250. The second one is in Tangier at the Km 19.8, National Route 1 Tangier-Asilah 90100. Each Supercharger has four V2 stalls with 150 kW. Tesla's website data confirms that the company opened two Superchargers in Morocco on September 30. Thus, Q3 2021 became the official arrival of Tesla to Morocco and Africa.
A new frontier for the Supercharger network: Africa's first two Superchargers are open in Casablanca and Tangiers 🇲🇦— Marco (@MarcoRPTesla) September 30, 2021
4x150kW at both locations pic.twitter.com/2SGPPHd4BF
Although the location of the new Superchargers indicates that they have been installed for the convenience of European tourists, this is still the first step towards entering the African market. Obviously, today, most of the countries in Africa cannot yet become a significant market for Tesla, however some of them, such as South Africa, Seychelles, Morocco, Mauritius, etc., can be a good place to begin.
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