With Western Europe pretty well-off in terms of places Tesla owners can supercharge their cars, the American EV-maker continues to expand its charge station network towards the East.
Their latest addition is the first ever Supercharging station in the Czech Republic, situated in Humpolec. It offers six Superchargers, available 24/7, as well as Wi-fi services and regular gas station amenities.
According to Ecofuture, the location was chosen strategically as it sits right between Prague and Brno, the two largest cities in the country, and houses not just Superchargers, but also other types of charging points that can be used by a lots of other vehicles.
According to Tesla, the Czech Republic still doesn’t have an official store, so residents hoping to get one of their cars might need to travel nearby to either Dresden, Germany or Vienna, Austria – where they’ll find both stores as well as service centers.
Speaking of positioning, the Czech station isn’t quite the furthest East that Tesla have gone in Europe during their expansion. Excluding Scandinavia, there are still a whole bunch of Superchargers situated in locations such as Warsaw (Poland) or Split (Croatia) and of course there’s another one in Slovakia much further East.