Tesla to Install Cybertruck Supercharging Stalls in Pasadena California

by Eva Fox September 24, 2020

Tesla to Install Cybertruck Supercharging Stalls in Pasadena California

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Tesla Cybertruck is distinguished not only by its stunning characteristics and appearance but also by its impressive size. This brings up an important point: it will still need to be able to fit into a garage and spaces at Superchargers.

The steel beast has the following dimensions:

  • Wheelbase 149.9 in (3,807 mm)
  • Length 231.7 in (5,885 mm)
  • Width 79.8 in (2,027 mm)
  • Height 75 in (1,905 mm)

Of course, charging at the Supercharger should not be difficult, however, it seems that Tesla wants to make sure that the owners of Cybertruck do not feel crowded when parking for charging.

Tesla Motors Club member RubberToe discovered that a recent proposal from the Pasadena Water and Power Department in California shows Tesla is planning the installation of 20 Tesla charging stations in the city-owned broadway power plant parking lot located at the Southwest corner of South Arroyo PKWY and Glenarm Street in Pasadena.


But the most interesting point is that a recent presentation with Pasadena officials showed that the six spaces will be wider and longer. Also, this presentation confirmed that the new charging station will include 6 spaces for Cybertruck.

Source: TerranApart/Tesla Motors Club

Source: RubberToe/Tesla Motors Club

The chargers will be the 250 kW Tesla V3 Supercharger. According to the recommended agreement, Tesla will install and operate 20 stalls at its own expense, over 5 years, with the possibility of renewal for another 2 years.

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