Tesla Supercharger Network Now Reaches 80 Stations in US, Europe
Remember Tesla Motors' humble days back in September 2012? Shares were trading around $30, quarterly Model S sales had just begun, and Tesla's Supercharging network had just six stations. A gain of 475% later, the story is quite different. In Q4, Tesla sold 6,900 vehicles, and it's now exporting vehicles overseas.
Today, there's no turning back. Tesla has ambitious plans to expand internationally. This is more evident than ever in its recent progress update on its Supercharger network.
A journey from 6 to 80
Tesla's mission is ambitious.
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