The largest Tesla Supercharger station in the world is being planned for California.
The Harris Ranch Supercharger, strategically located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, currently has 18 stalls. Tesla plans to add 82 stalls for a total of 100.
The site will best a 72-stall station in Shanghai that currently holds the title as world’s largest.
The plan the station was revealed in a Facebook post by the restaurant located on the site. The post from the Harris Ranch Inn & Restaurant said:
We are excited to announce that Tesla has applied for the construction of the world’s largest Supercharger, which could consist of more than 100 stalls, and will be located right here at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, California.
The site will employ Tesla’s 250kW V3 Superchargers, which have helped cut the amount of time customers spend charging by an average of 50%.
Tesla is trying to rapidly expand its charging network, and also add amenities. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said last week that a Supercharger station with a 50’s diner is coming to Santa Monica, Calif.
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