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SuperCharger Map Update

TomServo

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Apr 10, 2014
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Belleville IL
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Am wondering what Tesla’s plans are for future Super Charger growth in 2022. There are some gaps and high volume locations that could use some help as more EV’s are being sold and Tesla’s plan to allow none Tesla’s to charge at Super Chargers.
 

moa999

2020 3 SR+ MSM
Mar 4, 2020
1,804
1,680
Sydney, AUS
Tesla announced at the start of 2021 that they would do quarterly updates of the map.

As far as I've recorded (at least for Australia +/- a day or so) updates occured on
5 January 2021
22 April 2021
4 August 2021
So we're now a good 5 months since the last update.

In Australia we've got 7 sites still listed as Q4 2021 where construction hasn't even been spotted. Represents about 40% of sites that were meant to be constructed in 2021.
 

lynyrdM

2021 M3LR
Jul 29, 2021
133
275
Tulsa, OK
They’re kicking the install of the Henryetta, OK Charger down the road once again, as is tradition with a “2023” install time frame. I have my doubts it will ever happen.

If they’re going to keep doing that, they should at least release the CCS1 adapter so we can use the high power Francis Chargers.
 

mociaf9

Active Member
Oct 18, 2018
3,259
6,818
CA
Shelby supercharger location disappeared. THAT SUCKS!
Last two map updates have been rough on the northern (US) border supercharger sites. Pembina, ND; Shelby, MT; and Kalispell, MT all removed. Not that it's really any surprise to those following closely. We'd already had plenty of information that the original locations Tesla had been working towards in those cities had fallen through and there hadn't been any new info about replacement sites. So, the updates are just better tracking reality now, which is good. Hopefully it won't be too many more quarterly updates of their map before Tesla can put them back on.
 

moa999

2020 3 SR+ MSM
Mar 4, 2020
1,804
1,680
Sydney, AUS
Electrek article on update
 

mociaf9

Active Member
Oct 18, 2018
3,259
6,818
CA
What's with the maps, I see no future sites anywhere?
Not sure what's wrong with your display, but they still show up for me. Try clearing your cache and reloading the map. Also, be sure that you're zoomed in enough to see them, because when you look at Tesla's map zoomed out a lot it displays all the points as the same small red dot with no distinction between active and future locations. Here's what it looks like for me around the Chicago area:

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