While Tesla has opened a number of Superchargers in Iceland, it appears the U.S. company has officially completed its road of Supercharger stations running the perimeter of the country, ahead of another Supercharger station which is set to be built later this year.
Tesla has completed the Supercharger ring lining the outside coastal areas of Iceland, as shown on the company’s Supercharger website (via Reddit). The chargers line the outside of the island country, with two located in Reykjavik, the country’s capital and largest city.
The Superchargers all feature distances of just 256 km (159 mi) or less between them, and the ring road is fully paved all the way around the country. Road trip, shall we?
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Along with the current Supercharger ring, Tesla has planned one more charger in Hvolsvöllur/Bakki, set to be built in Q4 of this year.
In 2020, the Tesla Model 3 was Iceland’s best-selling car, though now residents of Iceland can also purchase the U.S. company’s Model Y, Model S or Model X within the country.
With such high gas costs, since gas must be imported into Iceland, the island is an excellent market for electric vehicles (EVs), which is why the country has already seen such high levels of EV adoption.
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