Tesla’s Supercharger Network reaches 99.97% average uptime in 2023.

In 2023, Tesla’s Supercharger Network achieved notable success, as detailed in Tesla’s 2023 Impact Report. It attained an impressive average uptime of 99.97% worldwide, which emphasizes the ability of Tesla’s electric vehicles to facilitate seamless long-distance travel. The report highlighted the network’s performance over the years, showing that in 2019, the average uptime was 99.90%, experiencing a slight decline in 2020 at 99.74%. However, the network’s uptime improved in 2021 and 2022 to 99.96% and 99.95% respectively, reaching a new high of 99.97% in 2023.

This achievement in 2023 was the best to date for the Tesla Supercharger Network. Looking ahead, it will be interesting to observe any changes in this score for 2024, particularly in light of Elon Musk’s modifications to the company’s Supercharger strategy. Elon Musk has announced plans to invest over $500 million to expand the Supercharger network, aiming to establish thousands of new chargers in the current year, with further considerations for operational costs. Additionally, General Motors, Volvo, and Polestar electric vehicles are anticipated to gain NACS access in Spring 2024.

These developments demonstrate the significant progress and continuous growth of Tesla’s Supercharger Network, indicating its ongoing commitment to enhancing electric vehicle infrastructure.

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