Tesla China had a busy November in mainland China.
The company announced on its WeChat account that it had added 30 new Supercharger stations in the country.
The stations are in 25 cities, including:
In addition, Tesla China added seven new Destination charging stations, adding another 24 charging piles to the country’s growing Destination network.
To date, Tesla has 1,400 Supercharger stations with more than 9,700 Superchargers in China, along with 700 Destination charging stations with more than 1,900 charging piles.
On the storefront side, Tesla also added 13 new stores in 10 cities in November, including Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shaoxing, Nantong and Changzhou.
Tesla is planning to open more stores in 15 cities next month.
This is all part of the company’s plan to compete in the ever-competitive EV market in China.
Sales have been steadily increasing, but competitors such as NIO and Xpeng continue to add more market share.
However, unlike other automakers, Tesla hopes its Supercharger network can differentiate itself from the others as the premium EV in the country.