2016 : electric cars start getting mass produced by Tesla

Are we ready for such innovation?

Let's look at this data and see just how much we can do with these electric cars.

Just where and how many charging (supercharge) stations is there?

Superchargers are free connector stations that charge Tesla cars in minutes instead of hours. According to Tesla, these stations are strategically placed to minimize stops during long distance travel and are conveniently located near restaurants, shopping centers, and WiFi hot spots. Each station contains multiple Superchargers to help you get back on the road quickly. Tesla released their updated list of cities for 2016. Here is map indicating these locations. Within, you will find of upcoming and mostly present stations.

Question is

..where exactly can you go if you own one of these cars?

Below is a heat map showing the areas with the least number of charging stations.


How many Supercharge stations are in your state?

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Miles able to travel with a 30 minute charge :

Miles of range

Supercharging is the world’s fastest charging solution, capable of delivering up to half a charge in as little as 20 minutes. Teslas a charger to convert alternating current (AC) from a wall charger to direct current (DC) that’s stored in the battery. Superchargers consist of multiple chargers working in parallel to deliver top charging speeds with maximum performance.

Here is worldwide supercharger information

Pie Chart

Supercharge stations around the world

Even though Tesla is American company, it doesn't have any global boundries. As the company continues to grow, so does it's reach to the whole world. This pie graphs shows the number of Super Charge stations in countries around the world.
According to Tesla, the Supercharger team is constantly working around the globe constructing new sites. The exact timing of each Supercharger station opening is difficult to predict due to the nature of construction projects. Permits, inspections, weather delays and other circumstances beyond our control all influence the actual opening date. Consequently, stations will occasionally open before or after the date projected in our maps.