- May 19, 2017
The number of individual stalls has exceeded 6,000.
The number of Tesla Supercharging stations in Europe has recently exceeded 600 in 27 countries (with more than 6,000 individual charging stalls). On average, that’s 10 stalls per station.
It makes the Supercharging network one of the largest and most dense fast-charging networks, not even mentioning the high convenience and reliability of Tesla’s approach.
The network has grown significantly over about eight years since Model S entered the market (initially in 2013). There were less than 20 stations as of the end of 2013. As of the end of 2014, it increased to more than 110 and then to almost 200 as of the end of 2015. At the beginning of 2020, the number of stations increased to 500 and now it’s 600.
Meanwhile, Tesla has slightly increased the average number of stalls per station and increased the power output of existing V2...