Tesla Plans To Expand Its Network Of Superchargers In 2017
Tesla, an electric car manufacturer which launched its Dubai operations in February 2017, has decided to double its charging stations worldwide in 2017. With plans to expand currently existing sites, so that Tesla’s consumers don’t have to wait to charge their vehicles, Tesla has been leading in innovation for electric vehicles.
Elon Musk owned Tesla, which is in process of preparing their first mass-market vehicle to entice vehicle buyers in different income range also plans to target growth in model X and model S vehicle numbers.
The car maker which started the year with over 5,000 superchargers around the global aims to double the figure to reach a figure of around 10,000 superchargers, and also about 15,000 destination charging points.
Also parallelly, an additional target has been set to create a network of providing destination charging points that have the ease of home charging, which are to be provided in hotels, resorts, and restaurants. The network shall amount to around 9,000 Tesla wall connectors around the world.
With Elon Musk’s plans for investment and growth in Dubai this year and further plans for Abu Dhabi by next year, it can be said that some of these superchargers will be made available to Dubai consumers thus adding on to the carmaker’s appeal. The carmaker wishes to invest in capabilities within Dubai with millions of dollars of investment in the form of charging, service and support infrastructure.
With such measures, Tesla may have some upheaval in trying to get customers to move away from oil based cars to electricity based cars.