Tesla has introduced a major growth of its Supercharger community within the Los Angeles space with over 200 Supercharger V3 stalls coming to the essential market.

Over the previous couple of years, Tesla has made a number of grand guarantees about increasing the Supercharger community, however it has been falling brief.

The delay seemed to be not less than partly associated to the deployment of the brand new era of the Supercharger know-how, Supercharger V3, which itself noticed a number of delays.

Final 12 months, Tesla lastly launched the Supercharger V3 and picked up Supercharger installations around the globe.

On the finish of final 12 months, Tesla had over 15,000 Superchargers installed at 1,716 locations around the globe.

Right this moment, Tesla has 1,971 Supercharger stations with 17,467 Superchargers, which suggests a brand new station nearly every single day this 12 months up to now.

Over the previous couple of weeks, we’ve got seen reviews of Tesla putting new indicators saying many new stations in a few of its largest markets.

A kind of indicators confirmed up at Tesla’s city Supercharger station in downtown Los Angeles saying “200+ V3 charging stalls coming to the LA Metro in 2021”:

Los Angeles is one in every of, if not the largest marketplace for Tesla autos on the earth.

Over 200 new Supercharger V3 stalls would greater than double the charging capability available in the market.

Whereas there are about 20 Supercharger stations within the metro space and greater than 200 stalls already, most of them are Supercharger V2 stalls.

Supercharger V3 stations cost a lot quicker and subsequently, they’ll tremendously enhance the charging capability within the area.

Los Angeles’ Supercharger community is commonly overloaded, particularly in instances of excessive journey, like holidays.

The brand new capability ought to go a good distance in serving to appropriate the state of affairs subsequent 12 months.

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