More Tesla Superchargers are getting Starlink, with at least four new locations coming online this week in the US and United Kingdom (UK).
Previously, we reported that the US and Canadian Supercharging network was slowly rolling out Starlink terminals to Superchargers. The rollout has been systematic and without much fanfare.
However, it appears that Tesla has opted to expand the rollout to now include Superchargers in the United Kingdom.
From Twitter, we can confirm that the following Superchargers have received Starlink services in the last week and are now active.
Rugby, United Kingdom
— Joe (@joexn) July 7, 2022
Lexington Supercharger now has Starlink! pic.twitter.com/da1w8lJlSi
— Tesla Owners of Kentucky (@KentuckyToc) July 8, 2022
Atlanta, GA → Daytona Beach, FL road trip begins!
Macon, GA Supercharger—V2/10 stall + Starlink pic.twitter.com/bZaIvWPKNp
— Matt (@F9Block5) July 2, 2022
— Matt (@F9Block5) July 3, 2022
For Tesla owners, your Tesla will automatically connect to the service under the network name ‘Tesla Service’. According to users, the internet connection is fast and strong.
There is no word on when the Starlink service will further expand into Canada. We have seen a couple of Superchargers with the service, but no word on any new spots as of yet.