Tesla Announced The Launch Of New Superchargers In Quebec – Brings Total Number In Canada To 29
The American energy giant Tesla announced the launch of its new supercharger station in Quebec. Keeping its words of expanding network of superchargers, Tesla now owns 29 Superchargers stations in Canada.
The Levis Supercharger is located at St. Romuald Plaza, 1040-1042 1060 de La Rive Sud Boulevard, it will offer 10 chargers with 24/7 availability and up to 120kW power whereas, the Brossard Supercharger station has 12 chargers with up to 120kW power and 24 hours availability. There is also an IGA Extra and Tim Hortons for washrooms, food, and Wi-Fi facility near the power station.
Although the company is still facing the problems to mass produce its latest Model 3 with blames of delay. The CEO of the company “Elon Musk” said that they are delaying the launch of semi truck to focus on Model 3 production which is still under production process.
The Superchargers enable seamless road trips to Montreal and Quebec based Tesla owners. The station is open 24/7 and free for all Tesla Model S and Model X drivers. All these efforts from Tesla are to maintain its glory of being the most powerful charging technology.
These opening places of superchargers have been decided for the convenience of the owners to drive from station to station with minimal stops. The Supercharger adds up to 200 km of range in as little as 20 minutes of charging.
Last month, Tesla also announced that it would be expanding its Supercharger network across Canada which would include cities like Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Steinbach as well as other 58 Canadian cities.