“In Germany, Superchargers connect Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich. They also connect the German network to Amsterdam, Zurich, and Innsbruck. In the Netherlands, energized routes connect Amsterdam to Cologne and Brussels, and in Switzerland the stations connect Zurich and Geneva,” Tesla Motors said in a statement.
The manufacturer adds that 50 percent of the German population will live within 320 km of a Supercharger by the end of March, with the entire country to be covered by the end of the year.
Tesla Motors has installed 81 Supercharger stations worldwide, 14 of which are in Europe. The first European Superchargers were fired up in Norway last year.