Throughout the spring and early summer Tesla announce they have been busy expanding their retail footprint in several high profile locations. The Bluewater, Solihull and Brent Cross stores have all been relocated to bigger, brighter and now permanent settings.
The store at Bristol Cribbs Causeway is undergoing a refresh and is temporarily closed and due to reopen later in the year.
Following customer feedback indicating the need for further superchargers along several key routes, Tesla announce that additional charging stations are now online. The expansion of their busiest UK Supercharger at South Mimms is now underway, taking it from 2 to 7 stalls, with further capacity to come later in the year.
Tesla Supercharging is free for life on Model S and X and will be available for a fee on the new Model 3.
In addition to the Supercharger expansion, is the Destination Charging network. Destination Charging is designed to be as simple as home charging, but gives you the opportunity to charge when you reach your final destination, whether this be a hotel, restaurant, shopping centre or public attraction.
Tesla advise the UK now has 40 sites live stretching from Inverness, right down to a hotel in Cornwall – and when travelling further afield an additional 285 sites are now online across Europe.