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Tesla Will Introduce Their Next-Generation Superchargers In 2019

Tesla to launch next-gen charging stations and, plan to expand their network in 2019, according to Elon Musk.

Tesla owners will come across the good news: The automaker plans to dramatically expand its Supercharger network in 2019, and will roll out third-generation chargers that support much faster charging speeds. Musk, as usual made the announcement today via Twitter.

Musk announced that the company will begin to implement Supercharger V3 until early next year. Charging station of the next generation was delayed a couple of times in the past. When it does come out, you will be able to charge the cars much faster, perhaps even for a few minutes.

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The head of Tesla also said on Twitter that the company plans until the end of 2019 to double the number of Supercharger stations, designed to charge batteries of electric vehicles. According to him, the network will be available 95-100% of the population in all active markets.

It has been already noted that Tesla already has set the objective to the end of 2018 to have worldwide 18 thousand charging stations, yet until the site has the company given away from this goal, the number of already available  11,414 Superchargers.

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