Tesla Hits 45,000 Superchargers Globally


  • Tesla has surpassed 45,000 Supercharger connectors worldwide.
  • More than 10,000 of the company’s Superchargers are located in China alone.
  • The automaker hit 35,000 Superchargers back in June 2022.

Tesla now has more than 45,000 Supercharger stalls located across the globe, as announced by the official @TeslaCharging Twitter account on Sunday.

As of December 2022, more than 10,000 of Tesla’s Supercharging connectors are located in China alone. In addition, Europe also accounts for over 10,000 of the world’s Superchargers. Tesla celebrated reaching 35,000 Superchargers globally in June of last year, which means the automaker’s charging network has grown by a whopping 28.5% in just 10 months.

The enviable growth rate of Tesla’s Supercharger network has cemented it as one of Tesla’s most compelling selling points, with many of the all-electric automaker’s competitors looking to build charging networks of their own to emulate its supercharged success.

Tesla is gradually opening its Supercharging network up to all-electric vehicles from other automakers as well — an initiative the company started testing in Europe last year. More recently, Tesla started opening its first U.S. Supercharger locations to non-Tesla electric vehicles (EVs).

Tesla has also started transitioning to next-generation V4 Superchargers for new charging stations, with the company opening its first V4 Supercharger stalls to non-Tesla EVs in Harderwijk, Netherlands, this week. What’s more, Tesla recently also unveiled the most voted-for locations for its Winter 2023 Supercharger expansion.