Tesla Rolling Out Supercharger Stations Dylan Duarte May 30, 2013 Press Release Owning a Tesla Model S sedan just got a whole lot more appealing. Tesla’s free Supercharger stations are a very nice incentive, but their extremely limited availability has been something of a downer. Until now! Tesla has announced that they’ll be significantly rolling out their Supercharger stations, tripling the size of the current network by the end of next month with new stations in California, New York, Colorado, and Illinois. This new stations will help cover routes like Dallas to Austin and Vancouver to Portland. According to Tesla, Model S drivers will be able to make it from New York to Los Angeles thanks to the newly-expanded network. The manufacturer plans to expand their network across the entire continent by mid-2014, where they will supposedly cover “almost” the entire population of both Canada and the United States. Check out the press release below. via Engadget [hide-this-part morelink=”Full Press Release”] TESLA DRAMATICALLY EXPANDS SUPERCHARGER NETWORK, DELIVERING CONVENIENT, FREE LONG DISTANCE DRIVING THROUGHOUT U.S. AND CANADA THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013 Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) today announced significant expansion of the Tesla Supercharger network. Supercharging enables Tesla Model S drivers to travel long distances, for free, indefinitely. The expansion of the network builds upon the success of the Tesla Supercharger network that covers California and Nevada on the west coast and the Washington, DC to Boston region on the east coast. The Tesla Supercharger network has enabled an estimated 1 million miles of driving since going live in October 2012. Superchargers are designed for city to city travel, enabling Model S electric vehicle drivers to travel for about three hours, take a 20 to 30 minute break to grab lunch or a soda or coffee, and get back on the road charged up. For free. With the accelerated rollout of the Tesla Supercharger network, Model S drivers can expect: Triple the number of Tesla Supercharger stations by the end of next month, including additional stations in California, coverage of the northwest region from Vancouver to Seattle to Portland, Austin to Dallas in Texas, Illinois and Colorado. There will also be four additional eastern seaboard stations, expanding the density of the network to provide for more convenient stopping points. Within six months the Tesla Supercharger network will connect most of the major metro areas in the US and Canada, including expansion into Arizona, additional stations in Texas, Florida, and the Midwest, stations connecting Ottawa to Montreal, and across North and South Carolina into Georgia. It will also be possible to travel diagonally across the country from Los Angeles to New York using only the Tesla Supercharger network. A year from now, the Tesla Supercharger network will stretch across the continent, covering almost the entire population of the US and Canada. The expansion of the network will mean that Model S drivers can take the ultimate road trip — whether that’s LA to New York, Vancouver to San Diego, or Montreal to Miami without spending a cent on fuel. In addition to the expansion of the Tesla Supercharger network itself, Tesla is improving the technology behind the Tesla Supercharger to dramatically decrease the amount of time it takes to charge Model S, cutting charging time in half relative to early trials of the system. The new technology, which is in beta test mode now and will be fully rolled out to customers this summer, will allow Model S to be charged at 120 kW, replenishing three hours of driving in just over 20 minutes. [/hide-this-part] Share This With The World!