The Tesla charging team recently announced the opening of the first V4 Superchargers in the United States. The new Tesla V4 Superchargers are located in Sparks, Nevada.
The V4 Supercharger stalls that recently opened in Nevada near Tesla’s Gigafactory in Sparks. The V4 Supercharger stalls were added to the V3 station near Tesla’s gigafactory. The V4 Superchargers had adapters, so non-Tesla vehicles could use them.
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Tesla’s V4 Superchargers have been spotted across a few locations in the United States. Earlier this month, V4 Superchargers were spotted in a suburb outside Atlanta, Georgia. The Tesla station was still under construction and surrounded by a chainlink fence.
Besides the one in Georgia, 8 V4 Supercharger stalls were spotted in Wilsonville, Oregon. A few V4 Superchargers were also spotted in Prattville, Alabama.
Earlier this month, Tesla installed the first V4 Supercharger in Asia. It’s on Hong Kong Island at Lee Gard One in Causeway Bay. Tesla Superchargers can cost from HK$3.05 to HK$4.05 per kilowatt-hour between 4 a.m. and 12 midnight.
Meanwhile, in Europe, the European Union (EU) granted Tesla funding of about €149 million to install and expand its Supercharger network in the continent. Tesla plans to use the funds to install or upgrade more than 7,000 Superchargers to V4 stalls.
Tesla’s V4 Superchargers will be instrumental in the rollout of the Cybertruck. One of Tesla’s all-electric pickup trucks was recently spotted charging at a V4 Supercharger stall. Tesla Cybertruck deliveries start next month.