Tesla Should Finish Trans-Canada Supercharger Route By End Of Year
Tesla is expanding its Supercharger network at a rapid pace ahead of the Model 3 launch. The automaker says it should finish the Trans-Canada Supercharger route by the end of this year.
Though The U.S. is full of Supercharger, our neighbors to the north have massive gaps in Supercharger coverage still. That will supposedly change by the end of this year, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Swift Current is located in southern Saskatchewan and will provide a partial link between Calgary (active) and Winnipeg (coming soon). Saskatchewan currently has zero Tesla Superchargers.
It’s unlikely the trans-Canada Supercharger route will be utilized often, but in the rare case that a Canadian, or someone else, decides to do the coast-to-coast trip, Superchargers will be in place by year’s end to support such a journey, which has been possible with the support of Superchargers in the U.S. for years now.
The Supercharger build-out both in the U.S., Canada and abroad is to support a massive amount of Teslas that are anticipated to hit the roads soon in the form of (mostly) Model 3s.