World’s First Tesla V4 Supercharger Coming to Arizona
The world’s first known V4 Supercharger is slated for Yuma County, Arizona, located southwest of Phoenix.
That’s according to findings from Supercharger aficionado Marco (@MarcoRPTesla) shared on Sunday.
Marco says this first V4 Supercharger will have 40 charging stalls, plus two 4,500 square-foot solar arrays. Also planned is a Megapack on a new vacant lot by the Dateland Travel Center, on Interstate 8 on the San Diego to Tucson route.
“The access to the vacant lot is located on the southeast corner of the travel center property. The chargers themselves are a very short distance from the building,” explained Marco.
He also noted, “there are two [Americans with Disabilities Act] accessible stalls, as well as one designated pull-through stall for trailers.”
The first solar canopy will cover the main block of 24 charging stalls (but not the pull-through), while the second canopy will cover the other 16 chargers.
Marco added, “they will have Tesla logos on the side, a bit like the ones at Firebaugh and Baker.”
Earlier this month, Marco had uncovered V4 Superchargers would be debuting in 2023 and come pre-fabricated. Tesla’s V4 Superchargers are said to have higher peak charging speeds compared to V3 Superchargers, with the latter able to charge at up to 250 kW speeds.