Last night, Tesla updated its Supercharger network page to show its expansion plans for next year.
With only a few weeks left in 2016, the company has fallen behind its 2016 expansion plans that we reported a while back in an original article called “Tesla supercharging the Balkans“.
What remains the same is that the closest charging station to the Balkans remains in Ljubljana, Slovenia while the closest service center is located in Vienna, Austria.
With the latest updates, more stations are planned for central Europe and France, but expansion in East Europe and along the Mediterranean sea that were originally planned for 2016 have now been pushed to 2017.
The supercharging stations in the Balkans seem to be planned for Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece and Romania, which should cover the rest of the countries as well, including Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, etc.