Charging an electric car isn't exactly the same as stopping at a local fuel station to fill up in a matter of minutes. In fact, owners of electric vehicles often wait for 20 to 30 minutes while their car charges. Tesla may be interested in making the wait time at its Supercharger stations a tad more bearable and is reportedly mulling over the addition of convenience stores to its charging stations. While there are no definite plans, Grub Street reports Tesla is seriously interested in attaching 7-Eleven-like stores to its Supercharger stations. At FSTEC, the largest food and technology...
Tesla taking Supercharger network to city centers, starting with Chicago and Boston
Tesla has largely focused its Supercharger charging station network on highways and popular roads, but the Silicon Valley automaker will soon change that. Tesla announced it will begin to expand its Supercharger charging network to city centers, with downtown Chicago, Illinois, and Boston...Sean Szymkowski
Tesla reinstates free Supercharging for existing owners
Good guy Tesla has had a change of heart. Following news the company would begin charging for Supercharger station use, Elektrek reports Tesla will extend free charging to all existing owners. That means one of the greatest perks of owning a Tesla has once again returned. Tesla's original plan was...Sean Szymkowski
Is Tesla About To Allow Rival EVs To Use Supercharger Fast-Charging Network?
Electric car charging may be about to get a lot faster—and a lot cheaper—for everyone. Speaking at the Tesla Model S official U.K. launch, CEO Elon Musk dropped the clearest hints yet that he planned to offer Tesla Motors' [NSDQ:TSLA] Supercharger fast-charge specifications to other...Antony Ingram