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Tesla’s new ‘Megachargers’ will give its Semis power for 400 miles in 30 minutes

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Tesla’s new Semi trucks are slated to boast a range of up to 500 miles per charge — but powering up those batteries will still be important to the truckers who have to drive long routes. 

The automaker will introduce an entirely new kind of charging station for its new big rigs: Megachargers. The units will be even more powerful than the Supercharger network Tesla already offers for its cars. 

Like the Supercharger network, the Megachargers will be built around the world to support the fleet, as Musk claimed truckers will be able to “travel anywhere in the world via the Megachargers.” Read more…

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