“Tesla’s move shows that the company places great hope in the Chinese market, as apparently the company is not only building the charging stations for its existing customers, but also for future potential customers,” he added.
“So far, the number of NEV chargers in China, including the ones built by Tesla and the State Grid, are still far from enough to dispel people’s worries about charging inconvenience, but the anxiety has and will gradually ease with the construction of China’s NEV supporting facilities,” Wu Shuocheng, an independent car analyst, tells Global Times.
According to a report by Global Times, the company announced at a press conference in China this week it will install 4000 new Superchargers in China before the end of this year.
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