Now, more sites are under construction, including in the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, France, Norway and Italy.
The chargers themselves are manufactured and supplied from the Tesla Gigafactory 2 in New York, which is a great move from a logistical perspective, compared to making them in the western part of the U.S.
Many of those new stations will be 10-20 stalls, and some probably even bigger, which at 250 kW per stall adds up to a serious power of several MW.
The existing network of V2 Superchargers, in most cases, were revamped to 150 kW (from 120 kW).
New Tesla cars can charge at up to:
Tesla Superchargers peak output:
Here are various tweets about upcoming new V3 Superchargers, collected by The Driven: