New Tesla Superchargers Global Overview: July 25–31, 2022



Here’s a list of all the new locations Tesla added to its global network of Superchargers this past week, courtesy of data from and the TMC Forums:

Date OpenedLocationNumber of StallsPower RatingOfficial Listing
July 26, 2022The Runza at 815 2nd Avenue East, Kearney, NE, USA8250 kWTesla
July 26, 2022The Kum & Go at 7450 Federal Blvd, Westminster, CO, USA8250 kWTesla
July 27, 2022The Airport House at 265 Purley Way, Croydon, UK8250 kWTesla
July 27, 2022Zeppelinintie 1, Kempele, Finland8250 kWUnavailable
July 27, 2022The Camino De La Plaza at 4211 Camino De La Plaza, San Ysidro, CA, USA8250 kWTesla
July 27, 2022The Carraway Village at 100 Village Center Drive, Chapel Hill, NC, USA10250 kWTesla
July 27, 20221105 Gum Branch Rd, Jacksonville, NC, USA8250 kWTesla
July 28, 202275 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, MA, USA12250 kWTesla
July 29, 202213534 Bali Way, Marina Del Rey, CA, USA8250 kWUnavailable
July 29, 20221201 Commercial Way, Squamish, BC, Canada12250 kWUnavailable
July 29, 2022Tullikatu 2, Mikkeli, Finland8250 kWUnavailable
July 30, 2022The Jack’s Fresh Market at 2301 Roosevelt Road, Marinette, WI, USA8250 kWTesla

A total of 12 new Tesla Superchargers went online this past week, as opposed to just eight the week before.

Tesla has already started opening its Supercharging network up to electric vehicles (EVs) from other automakers in Europe, and the company plans to open U.S. Superchargers to non-Tesla cars by the end of the year.

Last week, Tesla started seeking billions of dollars in public funding to help expand its Supercharging network in the U.S. and open it up to non-Tesla EVs.

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