Today, Tesla has opened it’s largest ever Supercharger location in Shanghai, China with a massive 72 stalls, and judging by the images provided my Twitter user @JaiinShanghai it all looks to be located in an underground carpark of some kind. All 72 stalls are v2 Superchargers only, meaning up to 150 kW output can be achieved.

The previous largest Tesla charging site is actually in the US – located in Fresno, California with 56 stalls, however all of those are located outdoors. All 56 are v3 Superchargers with up to 250 kW output. Only the Model 3 can support v3, however.

The new charging station is in the Jing’an International Centre within Shangai and is open now, it can be found already on the Tesla map, on the in car screen.