Tesla brings a couple Supercharter stations to I-95 - but Santa didn't bring me a roadster
Posted by David Brooks | Tuesday, December 25, 2012
I'm not quite ready to spring $109,000 for a Tesla electric roadster - but if I do, I can make it to my family in the D.C. area thanks to a couple of Supercharger, 480-volt, stations that have been opened along that lovely road, I-95.
The stations can allegedly deliver up to 150 miles of range in 30 minutes, but they're only usable by Tesla roadsters. They're located at highway rest areas in Milford, Conn., and Wilmington, Del., a spacing that can cover the the whole D.C. trip. In theory.
Here's an NY Times item from the Wheels auto blog.