Have we got the power?
As an electric car, the Tesla relies on being able to charge up along the way to complete long-distance journeys. Tesla’s Supercharger stations are the fastest way to charge up and can be found around the country. If there isn’t a Supercharger station on your route, you can also use a Destination Charging location, which will generally take a bit longer.
The map below shows where you can find those charging stations across the US as of May 2019, including Tesla’s own Superchargers, patron sites such as hotels and resorts that allow guests to charge up and Airbnb locations with dedicated chargers.
Key facts to know about your Tesla:
- According to Tesla, you can charge your car up to 80% in about 30 minutes at a Supercharger station.
- You can get notified on your phone when your car is ready to go.
- As of April 2019, there are over 12,000 Superchargers in North America, Europe and Asia — with plans to add even more in the coming months.