Tesla achieved another milestone, celebrating the installation of 50,000 Superchargers worldwide.
Based on Tesla’s map, most Superchargers are clustered in specific parts of the world, including the United States, Canada, Europe, Iceland, China, South Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. So Tesla still has a long way to go before offering Supercharging services in all countries—or at least most of them.
The Texas-based automaker has also started offering Supercharger services to non-Tesla electric vehicles (EVs). As of this writing, Superchargers open to non-Tesla EVs are in the United States, Canada, Europe, Iceland, and Australia.
Most Superchargers open to non-Tesla EVs in the United States are on the East Coast. At least two are in Canada on the way to Ottawa from Greater Sudbury or Temiskaming Shores.
In Europe, the Superchargers open to non-Tesla EVs appear evenly spread out among the countries in the European Union and the United Kingdom. Tesla recently increased the number of Superchargers available to non-Tesla EVs in Australia.
Various legacy automakers and EV charging providers have widely accepted the company’s North American Charging Standard (Tesla NACS) connector and charge port. Most recently, Honda joined Ford and GM on the list of automakers declaring to adopt Tesla NACS. The acceptance of Tesla NACS only fuels the need for more Superchargers, specifically in the United States.