Tesla Supercharger Network In Switzerland Keeps Growing

Two new stations in St. Moritz and Martigny allow convenient long distance travel to ski resorts in Switzerland and Italy – for free

With the opening of two new Supercharger locations, Tesla Motors has expanded its Supercharger network in Switzerland to six locations.

The first new Supercharger is located at the route 27 in St. Moritz allowing Model S drivers easy access to the world-class ski resort.crowdUNIQUE complete card - 2014 - small The second Supercharger is located at the motorway A9 in Martigny, energizing the important route from Geneva to skiing destinations in Verbier and one of the world’s fashion capitals: Milan, Italy.

The new Supercharger locations allow Model S drivers in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany to travel to their favorite holiday destinations in Switzerland for free.

Last week, Tesla marked the rapid expansion of its fast-charging network by opening its 100th Supercharger in Europe, just three months after Tesla installed its 50th Supercharging site on the continent. Superchargers now connect major cities and the most popular highways from Scandinavia to continental Europe through Germany into the Alps and the Mediterranean, linking Amsterdam to London, Paris, Berlin, Zurich, and Geneva.

Tesla’s Superchargers, which replenish half a Model S charge in as little as 20 minutes, now connect more than 70 percent of the population in western Europe, encompassing routes from the north of Norway to the south of France, into Spain and Italy, and the United Kingdom. Superchargers are free for Model S owners for life and are strategically placed near amenities like cafes and shopping centers so travelers can get a quick meal or drink while charging.

The new Supercharger in St. Moritz located at the Route 27.
Car park Serletta, Via Grevas 53, 7500 St. Moritz

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