In hopes of supporting local owners, Tesla deployed a new urban Supercharger V3 in the heart of Berlin. However, that’s not all; the company also has made a promise to deploy more urban Supercharger throughout Europe.
Originally Tesla focused its Supercharging network towards long-distance driving, setting up charging stations strategically along major highways in between major urban areas. However, once Tesla released its more affordable vehicles, it saw more buyers that don’t have direct access to at home charging, causing the company to launch its new Urban Superchargers as an alternate solution.
The new Supercharger station can be found on the EUREF Campus near the Gasometer Schöneberg tower.
Manager in charge of charging infrastructure in Europe for Tesla, Jeroen van Tilburg, said about the new Berlin Supercharger V3 “now, as part of our commitment to make Tesla ownership easy and convenient for everyone including those without immediate access to home or workplace charging, we are expanding out supercharging network into city centres.”