By John Voelcker for the Christian Science Monitor
One of the features associated with the 2013 Tesla Model S all-electric luxury sport sedan is the dedicated Supercharger network of DC quick-charge locations. Since the first stations went live last September, there have been only eight locations in California and the Northeast Corridor.
Now Tesla Motors is planning to open more locations. In the company’s latest blog post, George Blankenship, Tesla’s vice president of worldwide sales and ownership experience, said that the network will grow–and soon.
“We will be adding Supercharger coverage in many areas over the next three to four months,” he writes, “installing our first Superchargers in the Pacific Northwest, Texas, Illinois, and Florida with additional coverage in the Northeast and California.