Currently, there are gaps in the Tesla Supercharger Networks of the United States and Europe, but Elon Musk plans to close many of these gaps by 2015.
While Tesla vehicles have much greater range than any other electric vehicles on the market, Musk released maps showing how the company’s Supercharger Network will be virtually everywhere as it evolves, easing anxiety potential customers may have.
When it comes to China, travel is difficult between the country’s major cities but Musk and Tesla plan on changing that in the near future.
Existing United States Supercharger Network:
Fewer gaps in the US by the end of 2014 and more Canadian access:
By 2015, the network will be available all over the United States:
European Supercharger Network:
Plans for China’s less extensive network: