Tesla's poster mentions "Supercharging," suggesting that the product could be its latest charging device. | [eod_live target="TSLA.US"]
Tesla will launch a new product in China next week, information shared by the company on a social media platform shows.
Tesla China will see the addition of a new member in a 3-day countdown that will take on a special form, the electric vehicle (EV) maker said in a poster on its WeChat account today.
The poster mentions "Supercharging," suggesting that the product could be Tesla's latest charging device.
Earlier this month, Tesla's first V4 Supercharger went into service in Harderwijk, Netherlands.
The Tesla V4 Supercharger is taller than the V3 version and offers a longer charging cable, with the aim of being able to provide charging convenience for other models, as eventually, Tesla's charging network will be open to other brands of EVs.
Instead of the red and white color scheme of the V3, the V4 facility has a simpler black and white color scheme in terms of color paint.
For now, the Harderwijk Tesla V4 Supercharger is still operating on a pilot basis and is only open to Tesla models.
Tesla added three Supercharger stations in China in February, including 18 Superchargers, according to figures it announced earlier this month.
To date, Tesla has more than 1,100 Superchargers in the Chinese mainland, offering more than 8,400 Superchargers.
It also has more than 700 destination charging stations in the Chinese mainland, offering more than 1,800 destination piles.