In Past 3 Months, Superchargers In European Union Powered Model S For 10 Million KM

3 years ago by Eric Loveday 1

Tesla Motors Europe Tweet

Tesla Motors Europe Tweet

With the Tesla Supercharger network growing in Europe at a rapid rate, it should come as no surprise that the kilometers powered by those Superchargers are really starting to rack up.

According to Tesla, over the past 3 months, Superchargers in the European Union have power Model S sedans for 10 million kilometers, in the process eliminating the need for 1 million liters of gas.

These numbers will continue to rise even more rapidly in the coming months as Tesla sells more Model S EVs in Europe and gets more Superchargers operational.

Just check out this 2016 Supercharger map for Europe and you’ll see there’s substantial infrastructure enlargement coming soon from Tesla.

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One response to "In Past 3 Months, Superchargers In European Union Powered Model S For 10 Million KM"

  1. Ocean Railroader says:

    Things like this are having major effects on the global oil and gas supply. The reason why is that it permanently kills demand for oil unlike more fuel saving gas cars. Also the fact that the power is for free for Tesla owners at the superchargers gas would have to go down to $0.50 to a $1.00 a gallon to get people back in their gas cars which is psychically impossible.

    Another factor is that Tesla is raising car production to 1000 cars a week which means a 1000 more cars and people that will never go to a gas station again so this also speeds up oil demand decline.

    The only thing I hope Tesla does is building far more solar powered charging stations or even more charging stations in general.