Elon Musk's mission to disrupt transportation by moving from fossil fuels to electricity has touched Wyoming. Supercharger stations specific to the Tesla Model S
(Retail starting at: $69,900 for the
60-Kilowatt-Hour option) electricity powered sedan have been strategically
placed across the nation to "minimize stops during long distance travel and
are conveniently located near restaurants, shopping centers, and WiFi hot
spots," according to Tesla's website. Supercharging is accomplished in
approximately 30 minutes and provides enough charge to power a Model S to
the next station.
Wyoming is home to 4 of these stations (pictured above) located in
Cheyenne, Gillette, Lusk and Sheridan.
*Current Wyoming Tesla Supercharger stations (source: teslamotors.com
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*Current US Tesla Supercharger stations (source: teslamotors.com
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If the $70,000 price tag causes anxiety, don't sweat it: Tesla's Model 3
due out this year, will ring in at a much more consumer-friendly $35,000.