Tesla is about to unfold two of the widest-ever Supercharger stations in the California that features 40 Superchargers in Baker and Kettleman City. This Kettleman city also holds a private ultra-modern lounge for customers. These two new stations will be serving heavily travelled paths between San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

On Wednesday, Tesla revealed its largest, newest Supercharger Stations in the country of U.S. The two new hubs of California; one in Baker and the other one in the Kettleman city have 40 stalls of superchargers some flunkey comforts for drivers of Tesla travelling on the open road.

Tesla built a recreational space for family, private lounge for customers, and a separate area for pets’ resting in the location of Kettleman city. There is an on-site solar covered parking, restrooms, food and drinks, Wi-Fi, along with an apparel shop too. In order to reassure that the Kettleman city lounge is Tesla-only club, there will be an access code delivered through the Tesla touchscreen of yours.

The new stations are located off highway on the heavily travelled roads between the Los-Angeles to San Francisco and the routes of Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The one in the Kettleman city has a common midpoint meant for moving and travelling between South California and the Bay Area imaginatively reinterpreting rest stop of American.

The newest stations serve transparently a functional purpose. Specifically a new generation of owners of the Tesla are all set to hit the road in the Model 3 mass-market. The new stations of Tesla are also something integral to the top-shelf luxurious sensibilities of the Tesla, as noted by the CEO, Elon Musk earlier.

In the US Tesla was also keen in focusing and bringing more charging stations to the cities and urban areas typically not greatly served in the market of electric-vehicle.

While the time of this writing there will be over 1,040 Superchargers stations across the world. In North America there are supercharger stations coast-to-coast, and in Middle East, in Europe, and also Asia with lot more ahead.