On February 3rd, Tesla Shanghai Supercharger Production Plant was officially completed and put into operation. The third-generation Supercharger (V3) was officially launched. The project took less than half a year from its official launch in August 2020 to official production.
The Tesla Shanghai Supercharger Production Plant has an investment of approximately 42 million yuan and covers an area of nearly 5,000 square meters, integrating research and development and production. The initial planned annual production capacity is 10,000 Superchargers, mainly focused on V3 products.
In the whole year of 2020, mainland China built more than 410 Tesla Supercharger stations, including over 180 Tesla V3 Supercharger stations. Now, Tesla’s already opened Supercharger stations in China have exceeded 730, covering more than 300 cities.
Recently, Tesla has also launched the third-generation home charging station, which is equipped with networking and OTA remote firmware upgrade functions, enabling upgrades through technology.
Source: Tesla China
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