Yes, you will be able to drive the blue routes using Superchargers only within the next year. The light green areas on the map indicate the range of the Model S when leaving a Supercharger, so most of the UK will be within range.Nice, so that's all interconnected, can take any route along the joined lines type map?
At least you could travel elsewhere to buy the car, then use it to drive anywhere on the network.or the west country... I am getting used to us Devonites and Cornwallions being forgotton about
With a single 5 hour stop at a 22kW AC Charging Station in Edinburgh you can reach John o' Groats having driven ~500 miles using SuperChargers all the way from the Kent Coast. Personally, having driven ~500 miles I would stop in Edinburgh overnightThese areas attract a large amount of tourists from europe, many in very expensive motors so to not extend the supercharger network into these areas seems to me a lack of forethought.
How many days do you drive more than 300 miles in Scotland? Remember also that the ZeroNet map is just my preferred network... others locations exist... try the Open Charge Map database.I'm glad you've posted this map as it proves my point that apart from the 3 hotels in Caithness the main part of the highlands is not catered for and that is a lot of road mileage.