Tesla has opened two of the largest supercharger stations in North America to date along two of its most popular travel routes. The Tesla supercharger network enables charging along well traveled routes in as little as 30 minutes.
The two new stations are in Kettleman City and Baker California. They have space enough for 40 cars to charge simultaneously and utilize covered solar parking. The station also includes a customer lounge with access to food, craft beverages, restrooms, a kid’s play area, pet relief station, outdoor space for families and Wi-Fi.
The stations significantly increase charging capacity between the Bay Area and Los Angeles, and Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The ongoing expansion of the networks will ensure that Tesla drivers are able to quickly and easily charge their vehicles no matter what, and that a seamless charging experience remains a priority.
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