Tesla Supercharger network will expand in most of Canada and the US in one year

Tesla Supercharger network will expand in most of Canada and the US in one year

The Supercharger network belonging to Tesla has been relatively limited so far, but the company hopes to change this situation. How do we know that? Well, the specialists have announced that they have big plans for the future involving a major expansion throughout the US and Canada. The Tesla Supercharger network has enabled an estimated 1 million miles of driving since being revealed last year in October. Actually Superchargers are designed for city to city travel, enabling Model S electric vehicle drivers to travel for about three hours, then take a 20-30 minute brake, maybe for launch or a coffee, and get back in the car which is all charged up, and for free. After this expansion, Model S drivers can expect triple numbers of Tesla Supercharger stations by the end of this month, including additional stations in California. There is more. According to the company, there will also be four additional eastern seaboard stations, expanding the density of the network to provide for more convenient stopping points. In the next six months, the network will connect most of the major metro areas in the US and Canada. It will also be possible to travel from Los Angeles to New York using only the Tesla Supercharger network. The specialists hope than in one year, the Tesla Supercharger network will stretch across the whole continent. By taking these measures, Tesla is improving the technology behind the Tesla Supercharger to decrease the amount of time it takes to charge the Model S, cutting charging time in half relative to early trials of the system. These are all the details Tesla has provided for now, but we will have to wait and see if everything will go according to plan.