New Tesla Superchargers Global Overview: July 18–24, 2022

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Let’s take a look at all of the new Tesla Supercharger locations that went live this past week, courtesy of data from Supercharge.info and the TMC Forums:

Date OpenedLocationNumber of StallsPower RatingOfficial Listing
July 18, 2022The Van der Valk Hotel Ridderkerk at 1 Krommeweg, 2988 CB Ridderkerk, Netherlands24250 kWTesla
July 21, 2022Autovía del Mediterráneo, A-7, salida 106, 11203 Algeciras, Cádiz, Spain8250 kWTesla
July 22, 2022The Wawa #8157 at 639 East Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, PA, USA8250 kWTesla
July 22, 2022The Kum & Go at 3920 Southwest Drive, Jonesboro, AR, USA7250 kWTesla
July 23, 2022The Meijer at 400 South Randall Road, Algonquin, IL, USA12250 kWTesla
July 23, 2022Rahrsberg 7, 29614 Soltau, Germany20250 kWTesla
July 23, 2022The Molly Pitcher Service Area at Mile Marker 71.7, New Jersey Turnpike, Cranbury, NJ, USA8250 kWTesla
July 24, 2022Via Cantonale, 6916 Grancia, Switzerland12250 kWTesla

The two new Supercharger installations in the Netherlands and Spain are also open to non-Tesla electric vehicles (EVs). In addition, the Netherlands location is a massive 24-stall Supercharger.

Tesla is also working on opening Superchargers in the U.S. to third-party EVs later this year.

In its second-quarter earnings published last week, Tesla revealed that the Supercharging network now comprises almost 4,000 locations worldwide with a total of 36,165 individual stalls.

What’s more, we also got a more detailed look at Tesla’s upcoming V4 Superchargers over the past week.

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