A Tesla Supercharger is a 480-volt DC fast-charging technology built by American vehicle manufacturer Tesla Inc. for their all-electric cars. The Tesla Supercharger network of fast-charging stations was introduced beginning in 2012. As of March 2020, Tesla operates 16,103 Superchargers in 1,826 stations worldwide (an average of 8.8 chargers per station) these include 908 stations in the U.S., 98 in Canada, 16 in Mexico, 520 in Europe, and 398 in the Asia/Pacific region.
Each Supercharger stall has a connector to supply electrical power at up to 250 kW via a direct current connection to the 400-volt car battery pack.
Europe/Worldwide Tesla Supercharger with dual cables: Type 2 for Model S/X and CCS Combo 2 for Model 3.
Tesla recently released the locations for the superchargers in Turkey