The Tesla V4 Supercharger has been a hot topic in recent weeks and now images of it have been leaked for all to see. The new Supercharger has been in the works for some time now, and it's possible that the final design is ready.
At the beginning of last week, information appeared about what design and dimensions the new V4 Supercharger will have. At that time, no photographs or drawings of it were presented, and the description was received only from the words of those who saw the schemes. We already know that it should be taller, thinner, and take up a little less space than the current ones.
Now @JH_bedford/Twitter has added more details by attaching technical images of the new V4 Supercharger to his post. He accessed the plans for the Tesla Supercharger site for Danvers, Massachusetts, where he discovered the unusual Supercharger. In addition to the plan for the placement of the standard V3 Supercharger, the plan included a possible placement of “Alternative Supercharger Posts,” which looked different and matched the earlier description.
Tesla supercharger site plans for Danvers, MA appear to now include references to "Alternative Supercharger Posts" in addition to v3 posts. This is probably still a v3 build, but this suggests v4 sites are on the way 😍— John Harris (@JH_bedford) July 19, 2022
Thank you @TeslaCharging pic.twitter.com/FoSB7ZnGpO
Obviously, Tesla considers it likely that it will be able to bring the new V4 Supercharger to market in the near future, so it is planning a new charging station in view of the fact that new stalls can be installed there. It remains unknown if this is just a possibility, or if new chargers will be installed in Danvers for sure. In addition, it remains unknown whether the changes will concern only the design or if the power output will change too.
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