Two drivers, a Tesla Model 3 Performance, and the updated Tesla Supercharger network. This is exciting.
At our recent EVs & Tea event, next door to our headquarters in Miami, Florida, we got a chance to connect with Trevor Page (Tesla Owners Online). He briefly mentioned an upcoming coast-to-coast Tesla road trip in Canada. Well, the time has come and he’s ready to hit the road with good friend Ian Pavelko (Fast EV).
The team will be driving a Tesla Model 3 Performance across Canada, from coast to coast. They’ll start their journey this Sunday, February 23, 2020. They will use the recently updated Supercharging network stretching the entire length of the Trans-Canada Highway, from “the water’s edge of the Tsawwassen reserve area in Delta, BC” to “the shores of the Atlantic in Point Pleasant Park in Halifax, NS.”
Tesla Owners Online shares:
“The breakthrough that makes it all possible is Tesla’s completion of their proprietary Supercharging network along the entire length of the Trans-Canada highway, with the addition in late December of 23 new 250 kW ultra high speed charging stations between Calgary and Sudbury. The speed of these new stations is such that 50% of the Long Range Model 3’s 75 kW hour battery capacity can be added in just 15 minutes, making the required stops barely longer than adding fuel to a conventional gas powered vehicle.”
Click on the ‘Press Release’ tab below or visit the provided source link for more details. As always, we’ll keep you posted as this all unfolds. We’re super excited to see how the Tesla Model 3 Performance and Tesla’s Supercharger network hold up on this long journey in the cold.
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