The most common way to charge is at home. Plug in when you arrive and your Tesla will be charged by morning. If you take a trip, Superchargers are conveniently located along well traveled routes. You can also find places to charge at hotels and restaurants nationwide as part of our expanding Destination Charging program.
Wake Up Fully Charged
Every Tesla comes standard with adapters to plug into common household outlets. Charge up to 52 miles of range per hour right from home. Just plug in your Tesla like a mobile phone and you’ll be fully charged by morning. If you have solar panels and Powerwall, you can power your home and charge your car with renewable energy.
On the Road
Stay charged while you’re on the road using the Tesla Supercharger network. Placed along well traveled routes, a Supercharger provides up to 170 miles of range in as little as 30 minutes.
You can also charge at any of our Destination Charging sites, commonly found at restaurants, hotels, shopping centers and ski resorts. Whether you’re on vacation or a business trip, we have a large network of locations to keep you charged.
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Charge times are approximate. Charge cost assumes national average of per kilowatt hour. Gasoline savings assumes mpg at per gallon.
A Tesla Wall Connector installed on a 60 amp / 240 volt circuit breaker will achieve the maximum charge rate of 11.5 kW for 75 kWh configured vehicles.
A Tesla Wall Connector installed on a 90 amp / 240 volt circuit breaker will achieve the maximum charge rate of 17.2 kW for a 100 kWh configured vehicle.