It shows that Tesla has greatly accelerated deployment of new stations in the last few months since we reported just in September that the automaker had about 17,500 Superchargers in the network.
The rate of deployment is important since Tesla is trying to keep up its infrastructure capacity with the new record vehicle deliveries it is currently achieving.
The capacity of the network is also increasing faster with each station, thanks to the higher charging output of Supercharger V3, which is reducing the time spent per charging session.
Alongside its Supercharger network, which enables fast-charging for long-distance travel, Tesla is also growing its Destination Charger network for charging at lower speeds overnight at hotels and other destinations.
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