Tesla Supercharger Map – Gray Dots Disappear as New Disclaimer Pops Up

DEC 6 2013 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 9

Today

Today

You’ll find not one of those overly confusing grays dots that have perplexed the media on Tesla’s updated Supercharger map if you check it out today.

Out with the gray dots, says Tesla (’bout frickin’ time, we’ll add) and in with this disclaimer:

“The map above is a representation of the corridors we plan to enable and the timing thereof. Exact locations and timing may vary.”

We were certain this is what Tesla meant all along with those gray dots, but boy did something as simple as a dot on a map cause a lot of confusion.

Below you’ll see a series of screenshots from Tesla’s updated Supercharger maps.  Gray is gone.  All you’ll see now is red.

Hat tip to kdawg!!!

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9 Comments on "Tesla Supercharger Map – Gray Dots Disappear as New Disclaimer Pops Up"

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CSS

Man, in just 2 years- personal transportation redefined!
All by one US company and essentially one man. AKA Tony Stark 😉

Electric Car Insider

I would much rather see current and planned as two different colors. What I could use is more detail, like anticipated open date and location.

scottf200

Do you realize how many utility companies these guys have to work with?!? And local permit giving establishments. This is a monumental task.

scottf200

This video is a great overview and mentions the utilities point.
Published on Sep 26, 2013 – JB Straubel, Co-Founder & CTO of Tesla Motors presents to students during the Energy@Stanford & SLAC Conference on September 13th, 2013.

Alaa

Tesla is hard at it in the EU too.

Mikael

But mostly outside EU, in Norway.

Andrew

Two superchargers in the Netherlands just opened, and there are two under construction in Germany. Check TMC and the teslawiki.net/superchargers for updates.

SeattleTeslaGuy

It is hilarious to watch teeth gnashing and righteous indignation that follows anything having to do with Super Charger deployment. Those of us that have a slightly longer term view than something like “my trip next week” are amazed by the amount of progress in 6 short months. The SC roll-out is a major undertaking with a lot of levers that Tesla doesn’t control. They have done a great job to date given that ever SC has complex and somewhat unique issue. The actual construction is the easiest part. Tesla’s biggest failure is communication to the Tesla community and beyond. This latest round of map changes does nothing to change my opinion of that.

@scottf200, thanks for that link. worthwhile watch.

sven

“It is hilarious to watch teeth gnashing and righteous indignation that follows anything having to do with Super Charger deployment.”

This is the exact behavior hilariously described by Louis C.K. in his diatribe on Conan: Everything’s amazing and nobody’s happy. You must watch it!

http://www.thatvideosite.com/v/94/louis-ck-on-conan-everythings-amazing-and-nobodys-happy