Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) made two interesting revelations. The first is the company’s move to unlock the full battery capacity of its cars. This was done so owners could escape a natural disaster. The second is the unveiling of new, smaller Supercharger stations for city dwellers. Tesla put customers ahead this week and the appreciation is reflected in its shares.
“Boom,” goes the share value of Tesla this Monday. After the unveiling of a new set of Supercharging stations, investors jumped on the share hype. The event pushed Tesla Inc up nearly 6 percent during trading. Alas, the Elon Musk business closed just at above 5 percent by market-end.
Tesla might be bashed for poor customer relations, but the corporation proved it can step up and help out when it comes down to it. If a Tesla owner lives in a high density urban area, they might find it hard to get their Supercharging done. Public stations are often scarce and set up on the outer parts of urban locations.
Never fear. Tesla is here with new recharging solutions made especially for its city slickers. It is not so easy for Tesla owners in the city to recharge their cars. Owner either don’t have garages, meaning they leave their cars in the street, or have to resort to undercover parking. Neither of these options allows for a personal home charger. This means Tesla owners in the city often have to rely on public Supercharging.
As mentioned earlier, Superchargers are never as widespread as people would hope. That is especially true in high density zones. Congestion makes Tesla’s public recharge facilities a chore to use, too. This week, the Elon Musk auto business was proud to announce new, compact Superchargers. The first cities to try them out are Chicago and Boston.
Urban life got easier with Tesla Inc
They are designed especially for urban areas, making residing owners better able to refuel their Teslas. The company issued a press release stating it is easier for people to charge their cars now. Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) describes its new offer as an extra bit of convenience for owners. The new Supercharging stations will be set up near shopping centers and other popular locations.
It takes up to 50 minutes for a Tesla to fully charge with the new Superchargers. That is about the time it take to do your shopping. They are also smaller than what owners are used to. Their arrival sent Tesla shares up above 5 percent on Monday. This year so far, shares are up some 68 percent.
There is also news about Tesla helping out disaster victims. Hurricane Irma might have ruined certain areas, putting out power in some cases. That would would mean trouble for Tesla owners. Not to fear. Tesla Inc. provided customers with the full battery capacity of their cars this week. This was done ,”to help owners escape the storm”.
The move also proves that the company is not only about its bottom line. Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) did in the eyes of customers this week. Investors are loving the company’s actions, too. It is good time to be a TSLA bull.