The Tesla Supercharging network in North America is getting busier than ever.
Tesla Supercharger usage quite quickly recovers from the COVID-19 lockdown. After China, now also North America has reached its all-time high of the average daily number of sessions (7-day moving average).
Elon Musk wrote that Europe is about a week behind:
"North American Supercharger usage is now at pre-covid high, Europe about a week behind, China & Asia-Pacific in general doing great"
Well, it's great to see that in both cases, North America and in Europe, the growth is pretty smooth and on a trajectory to much higher levels than ever before.
- NAM (red): North America
- EMEA (black): Europe (mostly), Middle East, Africa
- China (grey): China
- APAC (yellow): Asia Pacific (excluding China)
Tesla has delivered some 90,650 new cars during the second quarter alone, which is about 10% of its entire cumulative sales result as of the end of March.
We can assume that soon the usage will go up to at least 10-20% above the previous maximum just taking into consideration the number of cars on the road. Additionally, it's summertime, so more long-distance driving is expected.