Tesla has already opened five V4 Supercharger stations in Europe. The pace of installation of charging stations is increasing and three of them were opened this week alone. The new Superchargers are installed in France and Austria.
Tesla continues to ramp up efforts to install V4 Superchargers. The company has just opened the fourth and fifth of them. Thus, only this week, three out of five were launched. The world's third V4 Supercharger site was opened in France near the A7 highway in the south, Chasse-sur-Rhone. The Supercharger station contains eight stalls open to all brands of electric vehicles, which is great news.
A fifth V4 Supercharger site has also been opened in France, in Rennes, according to @EstherKokkelman/X. It consists of 20 stalls with a capacity of 250 kW each. It also became the third V4 Supercharger station to open in France. This is an interesting development in Tesla's charging infrastructure, as Elon Musk recently met twice with French President Emmanuel Macron. At least one of the meetings is known to have included a discussion of Tesla's possible investment in the country.
News:@tesla knows what it’s doing!— Esther Kokkelmans (@EstherKokkelman) July 28, 2023
The fifth Tesla V4 #supercharger in the world is now open!
Three V4 superchargers opened in one week!
Located in Rennes, France🇫🇷
20 chargers 250 kW
Congratulations again @teslaeurope #TeslaEurope @superchargefeed
A fourth V4 Supercharger site was opened in Graz, Austria. According to the photo, there are eight stalls. However, the description indicates that more stalls will be added to this location. This is great news for local EV owners.
News:@tesla knows how to accelerate!— Esther Kokkelmans (@EstherKokkelman) July 26, 2023
The fourth V4 Tesla #supercharger in the world is now open!
Located in Graz, Austria🇦🇹
New design chargers with card reader.
More V4 chargers will be added on this location.
Congratulations @teslaeurope @superchargefeed #TeslaEurope… pic.twitter.com/Y2wPIObtrR
Tesla unveiled its second V4 Supercharger station two weeks ago. It is also located in France, next to the Ibis Hotel in Clermont-Ferrand. There are 12 stalls on the site, including one for larger vehicles or vehicles with trailers. In the future, this charging station will have a solar canopy. This will make charging there environmentally friendly. The world's first V4 Supercharger site was opened back in March in the Netherlands. It consists of 16 stalls.
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