Tesla Supercharger Network To Cover All Of Europe Next Year

Tesla’s Supercharger network has grown significantly in the past few years, but a number of countries only have a handful changing stations.

That will change in the future as Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed “Supercharger coverage will extend to 100% of Europe next year.” There’s no word on how many stations will be added, but Musk noted they will extend from “Ireland to Kiev, from Norway to Turkey.” That should be reassuring news to European customers as Tesla’s current Supercharger network starts thinning out after you leave countries such as Austria, Germany, Slovenia and the Czech Republic.

While there are a few stations scattered across Eastern Europe, there aren’t any in Ukraine but two are scheduled to open in the near future. The situation is largely identical in Turkey, but Tesla appears to have plans for at least nine superchargers that effectively form a ring around Eskişehir.

Eastern Europe won’t be the only area to benefit as more than a dozen Superchargers are slated to be opened in the United Kingdom according to the company’s map.  The map also suggests Tesla has plans for additional chargers in countries such as France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Denmark and the Netherlands. About the only countries missing out out on the action are Belarus and Moldova.

Besides announcing plans to improve the Supercharger network in Europe, Musk revealed their intention to build a network in Africa in 2020. That effort will likely take some time to complete as Tesla’s map doesn’t reveal any Superchargers on the continent.

  • Daniela Wolf

    Ahh nice, in about 10 years I’ll be able to charge in germany 😛

Nanny No More: Simple Hack Lets You Do Donuts In A Tesla Model S

A bug in Tesla’s sofware lets owners disable stability control and regenerative braking, but without the electronic safety net, they’re out there on their own.

2017 Ford GT Comes With An Eye-Watering $1.3 Million Price Tag

Ford GTs are slowly entering the used car market after their two-year no-sale contracts are starting to expire.

2020 Toyota Granvia MPV Gets AUD $62,990 Starting Price

With space for the whole family, the Granvia will launch in Australia on October 14 in six- and eight-seat versions.

Jeep Cherokee Gets T-Boned After Running Through Red Light

According to the police, the driver of the Jeep was distracted and didn’t notice the red light; thankfully, no one was seriously hurt.

EPA Revokes California’s Emissions Waiver, Launches “One National Program Rule”

States will now longer be able to set their own fuel economy and emission standards.

One-Off Toyota Century Convertible Is Fit For An Emperor

The Century Convertible will make its debut at the coronation ceremony for Emperor Naruhito on October 22nd.

VW Updates Car-Net App Offering Remote Start, Other Connected Features

VW’s new smartphone application is available for free for five years with each new vehicle and will be updated to communicate with smart home devices.

Mysterious Lamborghini Prototype Spied, Could Be The Huracan Performante Evo

Huracan Performante Evo is expected to have a new touchscreen infotainment system and an upgraded V10 engine.

Next-Gen Mercedes-AMG GT Could Be A Hybrid With All-Wheel Drive

Thanks to an EQ Boost starter-alternator, higher end versions of the next-generation GT could have 650+ hp.

2020 Jaguar E-Pace U.S. Lineup Welcomes $46,400 Checkered Flag Edition

For the 2020MY, the E-Pace also gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto across the range as standard.