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Discussion in 'North America' started by pox, Dec 16, 2016.
Cool and all, but it will be a win if half the new chargers go on line.
I don't think so. I'm afraid that location you want to be in Victoria is in Port Angeles/Sequim, Washington. Remember that the location is somewhat south of the point on the marker.
I hadn't noticed I-80 crossing Wyoming until the above map. Sweet! But very windy, so travelers on that route will have to be cautious.
Tesla, the 2017 map for Mexico is great! Now please the Pan American Highway so I can stop flying between islands.Thanks!
They really need to add one in Baker as a failsafe for Barstow. Surprised not to see that gap filled yet so many others were.
Redding! Much needed for those who want to get in and out of Lassen with a camper.
I hope upgrading Mt. Shasta CA and Grants Pass OR is in the plan. These are among the first Superchargers and at 4 stalls each they are at capacity in the summer for THE major west coast north/south route. Redding might help Shasta but Grants Pass will be a huge bottleneck.
Yes, They need some and I hope they would do one by SeaTac. Would be nice to be able to drive to SeaTac drop off or pick up and charge and drive home in one day if you live any distance from the airport at all.
But since the Tesla population is so high around the Seattle area I hope they are going to follow through with these locations.
I'll believe it when I see them.
I like the way they depict coverage with the white circle with a radius about 200 miles from the supercharger. Like we can fly there.
Since the roads are not by the crow, some of those separations are actually more like 250 miles apart. Good luck getting there unless it's a nice spring day with a S90D, no up elevation and no wind.
This should help ... Tesla unveils its 2017 Supercharger network expansion plans
Last night, Tesla updated the Supercharger network map on its website to show its expansion plans for next year. With only a few weeks left in 2016, the company had fallen behind on its 2016 expansion plans for its network of DC fast-charging stations and the current Supercharger maps, which should have looked like the “2016 maps”, were missing several stations. Tesla Supercharger “2016 maps” are replaced with “2017 maps” showing some new Supercharger expansions in Hawaii, Mexico, Taiwan, Korea and New Zealand.
In North America, Tesla announced new Superchargers in Hawaii and Mexico, and it pushed to next year expansions to extend the coverage in the US and Canada that were originally planned for 2016. We are talking about more extensive coverage on the west and east coast, as well as expansions in states currently without any stations, like North Dakota or Arkansas, that were supposed to get some Superchargers in 2016, but they are now on the 2017 map.
Here are the relevant maps per region. The first map represents the current Supercharger stations. The second map represents the planned network for 2016 that Tesla has now abandoned and finally, the last map is the new planned network for 2017:
Planned 2016 – abandoned
Not much as changed from the 2016 map of planned Superchargers in Europe to the planned 2017 map. More stations are planned for central Europe and France, but expansion in East Europe and along the Mediterranean sea that were originally planned for 2016 have now been pushed to next year:
Planned 2016 – abandoned
Same thing for Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. The new map only confirms Supercharger expansions that were announced in the last few months after the market introductions of Tesla in Taiwan, South Korea, and New Zealand. Tesla will also continue its expansions in China and Australia.
Planned 2016 – abandoned
Tesla currently operates over 4,800 Superchargers at over 769 locations around the world. The company aims to almost double that number by the end of next year in preparation for the Model 3 hitting the market during the second half of 2017 and in large numbers in 2018. In order to accelerate and finance the deployment of more stations, Tesla announced last month the end of unlimited free Supercharging and the change to ‘Supercharging credit program’, which gives owners roughly 1000 miles of free charging at Superchargers each year. After reaching the threshold, owners will have to buy ‘Supercharger Credits’. Also, it doesn’t want to make money on its recent $.40/minute overstay fee on chargers, it will make some. More importantly it will incent people to free up stations, allowing more people to use them.
Looks like Honolulu will finally get one for city dwellers that can't get their property managers to install chargers.
Yes, I think you are right. I am so pleased to see that marker mid-Island, though — it'll be fantastic for heading up to Tofino / Ucluelet.
I think the one in the strait is in Port Angeles, not Victoria. The pins are positioned slightly north of the actual location, for example, the Page AZ pin appears to be in a Utah -- but Page is a couple miles south of the state line...
All Superchargers are either at the top or the bottom of a mountain, depending on whether you're arriving or departing respectively.
Is that the same rule that says all winds are headwinds?
I created this from cropped images. not perfect but a reason way to view it.
Well done ... what percentage of planned locations did Tesla achieve in 2016? 60%? Hope they perform better in 2017
Placeholder map until proven otherwise.....
btw: I also wish that Tesla had an active airport DC or SC program. There is a SC at Savannah airport but there are no chargers provided at the other FL/NC airports that I travel through.
As a frequent traveler on the Orange County to Vegas route, I approve this message. The recent Barstow SC vandalism should underscore the need for a Baker SC. Also, EVGo just announced a 350kW CCS install in Baker, Tesla needs to respond