Supercharger network into city centers, starting with downtown Chicago and Boston.
For most people, the easiest way to charge their car is to plug in overnight at home. Nevertheless, there is a growing network of Superchargers located along highways on popular driving routes, for customers who use their car for long distance travel, in addition to thousands of Destination Charging connectors at hotels, resorts and restaurants that replicate the home charging experience.
Convenient locations, including supermarkets, shopping centers and downtown districts will be installed with Supercharger stations, making it easy for customers to charge their car in the time it takes to grocery shop or run errands. The fact that it is far cheaper than the cost of fuel makes it even more attractive.
A new post design that occupies less space and easier to install comprises the Superchargers in urban areas, making them ideal for dense, highly populated areas. Delivering a rapid 72 kilowatts of dedicated power to each car, increased efficiency and a high volume of cars is supported by these superchargers. PWKD14092017
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