Tesla Milestone: 10,000 Supercharger Stalls in China

Image: @Tesla_Asia on Twitter

Tesla on Monday celebrated the opening of its 10,000th Supercharger stall in Mainland China. The Supercharger, which Tesla announced last week, is located under the Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower in Shanghai.

“Light up your way home,” Tesla Asia (@Tesla_Asia) said in a tweet celebrating the milestone.

Per information from Supercharge.info, the installation features three V3 Supercharger stalls capable of delivering up to 250 kW of power output.

Image: @Tesla_Asia on Twitter

As of April, Tesla had about 1,110 Supercharger stations across Mainland China, with over 8,500 individual charging stalls. The all-electric automaker has also deployed over 700 destination charging stations with more than 1,800 individual stalls.

There has been no shortage of milestones for Tesla in China this year. Back in August, Tesla’s Chinese Gigafactory in Shanghai rolled its millionth car off the production line.

According to a report from over the weekend, Tesla has suspended production at Giga Shanghai for a little over a week. The Chinese plant delivered more than 100,000 vehicles in November alone.

Tesla is currently offering several discounts to buyers in China to boost delivery numbers as 2022 draws to a close — one of these incentives is available until January 31, 2023.