Tesla opens 1,000th Supercharger Station in Mainland China

Tesla China reached another major milestone by opening their 1,000th Supercharger station in the country this week.

The 1,000 stations contain over 7,500 Tesla charging connections in hundreds of cities across the country.

Tesla continues to set up and deliver Supercharging options for their growing customer base in China. Currently, the company has sold over 300,000 Model 3 and Model Y’s in the country, and they hope to sell more in the coming years.

Consider this, at the end of 2020; Tesla delivered over 600 Superchargers in China. The company set out to double the rollout rate in 2021, and it looks like they are well on their way to this goal.

In addition to their Superchargers, Tesla also offers Chinese-based clients over 700 destination charging stations in over 360 cities.

If you forget to navigate to a Supercharger, Tesla now reminds you to do so next time

To help support the expansion of the Supercharger network, Tesla has opened a factory in China dedicated to producing Superchargers. It has a production rate of 10,000 V3 Superchargers annually.

Least to say, Tesla’s focus on setting up and delivering a meaningful Supercharging network is working. At this pace, the 2,000th charger will be unveiled soon enough!

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