Tesla is celebrating the launch of its 10,000th Supercharger stall in mainland China, located under the famous Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Shanghai. The company continues to expand its charging infrastructure, providing its customers with the best experience in owning Tesla vehicles.
The company announced that with the opening of the 10,000th stall, the number of Supercharger stations in mainland China has exceeded 1,500. In addition to Superchargers, the country's extensive charging network is complemented by over 700 destination chargers offering over 1,900 charging stalls.
Light up your way home.— Tesla Asia (@Tesla_Asia) December 26, 2022
The 10,000th Supercharger in Chinese Mainland⚡️
📍The Shanghai Oriental Pearl Tower Supercharging Station pic.twitter.com/R75BmCRxzf
Tesla installed its first Supercharger unit in the US in September 2012. In 2014, the first Tesla Supercharger in mainland China was built in Jinqiao, Shanghai. In 2016, the company opened its 100th Supercharger station in mainland China in Beijing. To date, Tesla's charging network has covered all provincial-level administrative areas in mainland China and has a cross-charging network in more than 320 cities. In Tier 1 Chinese cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, owners can find a Tesla charger within an average of 15 minutes. Access to an extensive charging infrastructure allows owners to navigate cities and travel to even the most remote corners of the country with peace of mind.
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