Tesla has installed V3 Superchargers Quick Charge Stations at the Nürburgring circuit.
In September 2019, when U.S. automaker Tesla took its future Model S Plaid to the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife (North Loop) for development testing, it installed one of its Supercharger Stations at the racetrack to charge its sedan. New Superchargers have just been installed at the Nürburgring.
A charging station with four Lindner Superchargers has just been installed in front of the Lindner Nürburgring Motorsport Hotel. These are V3 Superchargers with a power of up to 250 kW and a voltage of up to 1,000V.
The Nürburgring is electrified.
Installing these new Superchargers can mean two things. One is that more and more Tesla owners are driving on the ‘Ring’, which is still not very popular with electric vehicles. Recall that Elon Musk recently announced that the Superchargers will soon be usable by vehicles of other brands.
The other is that the Palo Alto manufacturer is quietly preparing its return to “Green Hell” for intensive testing sessions and lap record attempts, with the Model S Plaid but also with the next generation of its Roadster as announced more than a year ago.