Tesla China built 48 Supercharging stations in July

Credit: Tesla

We have seen a lot of news around Giga Shanghai’s success last month, but Tesla China also had some huge wins on the Supercharger side.

Per a post on Tesla’s WeChat account, Tesla China added 48 Supercharging stations and 198 Superchargers on the Chinese mainland in July.

The new Supercharging stations are located in 33 different locations, including:

  • Beijing
  • Tianjin
  • Qinhuangdao
  • Xi’an
  • Dalian
  • Benxi
  • Shanghai
  • Nanjing
  • Yancheng
  • Changzhou
  • Wuxi
  • Guangzhou, and;
  • Shenzhen

As per reporting by Gasgoo, all of the chargers were V3 Superchargers and will be able to support charging up to 250 kWh.

So far, Tesla China has opened more than 1,200 Supercharging stations with over 8,900 Superchargers in the country.

The current Supercharger coverage is impressive, with Tesla Superchargers in over 370 cities and regions in China.

Tesla is not the only player in the Chinese EV charging industry.

In fact, since September 2021, the country has held the title of the largest charging network in the world, including private and public chargers.

The country also has a sizeable public charging industry, with 1.419 million public EV charging stations.

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