Malaysia Tesla Supercharger network: 12 locations so far – Partners with Pavillion, Sunway, and more

During the launch of the Tesla Model Y in Malaysia, the company also took the opportunity to announce some matters regarding its charging solutions. Known for its supercharger network, Tesla Malaysia has announced two new locations to the initial 10 locations revealed a week earlier. Tesla Malaysia also announced that it will be partnering with Pavillion, Sunway, Gamuda, Quill, Levn Capital, and MRCB.

With the addition of the two new Tesla Supercharger locations, there are now 12 total locations listed for Malaysia. The two locations are listed as two unconfirmed locations in Kuala Lumpur. The total 12 locations for Malaysia are as such:

  1. Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  2. Dengkil, Selangor
  3. Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
  4. Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
  5. Kuala Lumpur (1st additional location)
  6. Kuala Lumpur (2nd additional location)
  7. Kuala Lumpur (3rd additional location) NEW
  8. Kuala Lumpur (4th additional location) NEW
  9. Iskandar Puteri, Johor
  10. Ipoh, Perak
  11. Negeri Sembilan
  12. Perai, Pulau Pinang

All Tesla Superchargers are listed for the West Coast only for now and hopefully, the East Coast will see some new Superchargers too. Together with the launch of the Tesla Model Y, the new Tesla Supercharger at Pavillion Kuala Lumpur was also unveiled, albeit not fully operational just yet.

For the Pavillion Tesla Supercharger, there are 8 bays and all of them are painted with “Tesla Charging Only” lettering on the floor. While the Pavillion chargers are Tesla only, 30% of the Tesla charging network is required by the government to be available to the public.

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Tesla will have its own payment gateway and the Tesla Supercharger will need to be accessed via the Tesla app. Interestingly, it is also mentioned on the Tesla Malaysia website that “idle fees” may be implemented as this would help prevent hogging by fully charged EVs.

The Tesla Supercharger network will help the Malaysian government achieve its target of 10,000 EV chargers nationwide by 2025.

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