Tesla “will triple its network of superchargers for electrical vehicles by the end of next month,” Elon Musk told Reuters.
Musk, who has a fixation on the Big American Road Trip (which is not what I would do in an EV), said “vehicles will be able to travel from Los Angeles to New York using just the expanded supercharger network,” Reuters writes.
According to Tesla, currently there are 9 Superchargers, a number that would grow to 27. Six of the charging stations are in California. One is in Delaware, two (well, one northbound, one southbound at Milford Travel Plaza on I95…) are in Delaware. It would take at least 15 transcontinental superchargers, for a coast-to-coast trip with a high pucker factor.
I’d rather take the red-eye.