Where to charge your Tesla in city centers apart from your home? According to the American electric carmaker based in Palo Alto, California, it will be possible to fill up with electricity not only along highways on popular driving routes in the near future. Its Supercharger network will soon be expanded into city centers. Tesla focuses on intensely frequented and easily accessible places like supermarkets, shopping centers and downtown districts to ensure a smooth charging process.
The Pricing Will Not Change
The design of the new urban charger stations differs from their predecessors. They are more space-efficient and deliver 72kW. Whether the Model S or Model X, repleneshing the battery can be finished during shoe shopping in the early saturday afternoon or a business meeting with a cup of coffee at Starbucks. Unfortunately, Tesla customers can’t charge within the usual time frame. It will take 45 to 50 minutes to fill Elon Musk’s e-car. Maybe one more cup of coffee compared to the familiar 30 minutes. The pricing will not change.
First Urban Superchargers Soon Powering City of Chicago & Boston
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Smooth-Running Charging Procedure
The built-in Trip Planner navigates you to your destination along Superchargers. This ensures to always be abundantly supplied with power. With Tesla, the charging process itself is a walk in the park. The smooth-running procedure with a Supercharger only involves parking, insertion of the plug and a few minutes of patience. The start will be indicated with a green light. It’s possible to check the ongoing process on the Tesla App or the instrument panel. Supercharger stations are open for charging around the clock.