With a goal to ensure Tesla drivers will never be more than 100 miles away from a Supercharger, Tesla announced Monday that it opened its 100th station.
That means there are now 100 Supercharger stations in North America, 14 in Europe and two in China.
Per Tesla, a Model S can get up to 180 miles of range in about 20 minutes without ever having to pay for gas – or their charge, as they advertise these stations being free for life.
The electric car company says the Supercharger network now supports most road trips, whether you be driving from Los Angeles to New York or Rhode Island to Florida.
Tesla brags Model S drivers have already charged their cars at Superchargers enough to circle the globe 573 times! That’s an awful lot of charging, but then again, Elon Musk lives by the motto “Go Big or Go Home.” Sounds like Tesla drivers don’t have to now though – supercharge away!