Tesla opens largest supercharger station in Shanghai


Tesla has announced the launch of the world’s largest supercharger station in China on Weibo. The 72-stall facility in Shanghai easily outperforms the 56 stall station that opened last month in Fresno County, California. Unlike the outdoor California station, the Shanghai superchargers also appear to be covered, according to images posted by a Twitter user Ay Jain Shanghai.

The station is located in the Jingan International Center, a major central business and commercial district in Shanghai. The new record has a star. ైన్ According to Jain Shanghai, Total 72 stalls Use V2 superchargers that produce up to 150 kilowatts, 56 California stalls use 250 kilowatt V3 chargers. That means Shanghai drivers will have to wait a while for a charge compared to their US rivals. (Model 3 and Y EVs only support V3 charging.)

Tesla has delivered 20,000 locally made Model 3 EVs to China, which has become a key market for the company. At the same time, it was reported that 23,000 EVs were manufactured at Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai in November. Some of the eVs manufactured at the plant are being sold in China while others are being exported to Europe and other markets.

Steve Dent wrote for Engadget.

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