Tesla Hits 10 Years of Supercharging: Charging Stalls Increase 33% to 38,883 in Q3
Tesla is celebrating 10 years of Supercharging, as shared on the company’s Twitter on Wednesday.
10 years of Supercharging.
20 billion miles charged.
— Tesla (@Tesla) October 20, 2022
In addition to the accomplishment of a decade of deploying its charging equipment, the company also noted that it has Superchargers in 46 countries with over 35,000 individual stalls and 20 billion miles charged. According to Tesla’s Q3 2022, the company reached 38,883 Supercharger connectors, increasing 33% year-over-year.
As of Q3, there are now 4,283 Supercharger stations, an increase of 32% year-over-year.
With the post, Tesla shared photos signifying Supercharger locations with red dots in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Tesla noted that it has more than 10,000 Superchargers across Europe.
The company’s also set to launch a new V4 Supercharger, its fourth version of the tech offering the fastest charging speeds yet. The first V4 Supercharger is set to head to Arizona in the U.S., and the new design includes a dual pedestal base for two stalls each.
The automaker is also doubling its Supercharger design team in Canada, amid speculation that the next Gigafactory could be slated for the North American country.
Tesla is also set to open Superchargers to non-Tesla owners by the end of this year, with the company seeking public funding for the operation, according to a White House memo.