Tesla has hit a milestone of reaching over 6,000 Superchargers across Europe, at 600 locations and counting, according to the company on Thursday morning.
6,000+ Superchargers across Europe — at 600 locations and counting!
— Tesla (@Tesla) March 25, 2021
During Tesla’s Q4 2020 earnings, the company revealed it had 2,564 Supercharger stations worldwide, with 23,277 Supercharger connectors, up 41% and 45% year-over-year, respectively.
Tesla also continues to grow its Supercharger network in China as well, building out progress rapidly every week.
Tesla’s Supercharger network is one of the company’s greatest advantages over rivals, as it allows owners a dedicated charging location, removing complexities related to recharging during road trips and more.
Other electric automakers are taking a page out of Tesla to build their own charging networks, like we recently learned from Rivian, while Volkswagen is building out a charging network in Canada and the U.S. from its subsidiary Electrify America.