In a recent sighting that has sparked excitement among electric vehicle enthusiasts, a Tesla Cybertruck release candidate (RC) made its appearance at the 50,000th Supercharger station in California. The impressive charging event took place at the newly opened Ultra Red Supercharger, providing a captivating backdrop to the futuristic Cybertruck.
The event was captured in photos and videos by an avid Tesla enthusiast, known as @MermanThommy/X, who shared the footage online. The RC bore the familiar “RC” decals seen on other Tesla prototypes, and notably, its manufacturer's plate indicated Texas as its origin. This marks a significant milestone as the Cybertruck is set to be the first Tesla vehicle exclusively produced for consumers in Texas.
The Cybertruck's striking design drew a crowd of onlookers, all eager to admire the vehicle from every angle.
The milestone Supercharger, which is the 50,000th in Tesla's global network, was unveiled on September 8th in Roseville, California, located at 1851 Freedom Way. The station's exclusive Ultra Red color scheme added to its allure, attracting numerous EV enthusiasts and Tesla fans.
Notably, Tesla continues its global expansion of Supercharger stations, with over 50,000 stalls spread across more than 5,488 Supercharger stations worldwide. The United States leads in the deployment of Superchargers, with approximately 35.3% of all stations located within its borders. China follows closely behind with the second-largest number of installations at 33.1%, while Canada ranks third with 3.5%.
This latest sighting of the Cybertruck RC charging at the 50,000th Supercharger station underscores Tesla's ongoing commitment to expanding its charging infrastructure while generating excitement for its highly anticipated electric pickup.