Supercharger Map - Updates

Below, the ever-changing Supercharger map, with updates provided from Dortor's thread:

and Tes-s's thread:

and also the TMC forum etc.

By having it's own thread, the map always appears at the top of the page and as it's continuously updated, won't appear multiple times in the same thread. Appearing multiple times in the same thread also makes it unclear, which map is most up to date etc etc. So here it is:

The EUROPE map is a work in progress! Not much on it yet but it's a sign of my intent. Updates coming ASAP!



Good idea.

Thanks Robby!

No probs guys. Hope it helps. The obsession continues :-)

good thinking

Corsicana, TX shows under construction but has been complete for several weeks. There is a picture of it on TESLA website under supercharging.

Correction I had Corsicana mixed up with Waco. The Waco charger is at Collin Street Bakery. Saw Collin Street Bakery and assumed it was the Corsicana location.

Awesome!! Love that map and having a thread with a single map right at the top is a great idea.

Love it

Excellent, thank you robby81!

robby81, are you maintaining this on a Google map somewhere?

What is the address of the Rocky Mount N C Tesla Supercharger? Are there any pictures confirming the location?

Please post all evidence of any new Tesla superchargers here. and on TMC, under the Tesla Supercharger thread.


.. it just makes it easier as well to keep The 'new' Tesla Supercharging Network information on one or two threads.. Thanks!

Minimal coverage along the coast in Texas > Louisiana > Mississippi > Alabama > Florida on I-10. Basically, the Gulf of Mexico coast needs a lot of coverage. I imagine Tesla was to cover the coasts first and then the interior based on population density, etc.

With limited capital and personnel resources they got to focus on the most important markets and traffic patterns. I suspect that many counties have restrictive regulations and local politics. Certainly not as open minded as Norway. They installed the 9 SCs from Trondheim to Lyngdal quickly.

I think Tesla has to promote the installation of public pay per use HPWCs. Tie in with hotel chains like Hilton, Marriott, restaurants chains, malls, etc. They are much cheaper to install and maintain.

Here is what I could find.... I should have done my research:(

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Rocky Mount‎
651 North Winstead Avenue
Rocky Mount, NC 27804

9 SCs in Norway? 6, I think.


It was confirmed by purplewalt on TMC that Corsicana, TX will have 6 charging bays.


Updated 10/21. Thanks Sgt. Barone!

That link is someone's speculation from last August. Not correct.


Today there is the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Burlington, NC Supercharger station (Alamance Crossing).

Any idea when there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at Corning, CA and at Grants Pass, OR?

The list of superchargers on the Tesla website has been updated. 28 locations listed now (dots on map are a little behind).

This is a major milestone. Looks like attention is somewhere else, or people are getting used to superchargers, but still importance of stations in NC and VA can not be overestimated.

The main focus right now is on the west coast. The entire I-5 is literally days away from being fully complete. However, the east coast is really starting to ramp up as well.

Looks like if you have at least 200 mi of range you can travel the entire west coast right now:

"The entire I-5 is literally days away from being fully complete" - Almost - You can make it from one end to the other, but a day trip from LA to SD and back (my trip, about once a month) still would require San Juan Capistrano, which seems to be bogged down. No signs of progress. Sigh. Not complaining (much). You're right the focus seems to be in the West. We're spoiled. I'd just love to see something happening in that not-quite-red dot so I can drive not-like-an-old-man on that trip.

4 months since we got our 3rd supercharger in the northeast - any sightings of permit or construction activity??

...and by northeast I mean the east of Chicago and North of Washington DC.

I am going to clean the superchargers while I am supercharging! I'd like others to join me in keeping the superchargers clean and new looking. Just a simple wipe down of the white pedestal and black cable etc. with a damp cloth. Pick up any trash etc. in the immediate area. Heck, I'm getting free energy for my Tesla Model S, keeping them clean is the least I can do. Yeah, It might take a few minutes, but I kinda consider these Tesla Superchargers our own. Pride in ownership, of the car, of the Tesla Supercharging Network! What do you say?

Right below Portland there is a grey dot next to a red dot, where is that and what is the point in putting two so close together?

Not a great deal different today. But I've updated the map anyway. Hopefully some news coming in the next few days.....

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