December 29, 2012

Tesla is Supercharging the Northeast Corridor

Tesla Motors officially opened the first 480-volt Supercharger stations on the East Coast, making a Boston-to-Washington trip possible in the company's Model S sedan, which the Environmental Protection Agency has rated at 265 miles of range with the larger 85-kilowatt-hour battery pack.
The stations, which can deliver up to 150 miles of range in 30 minutes, are at highway rest areas in Milford, Conn., and Wilmington, Del. 
[NY Times]

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