Tesla Motors (TSLA) has released a new map of the Superchargers in Mexico, as part of a larger campaign to show customers how fast they can travel to Mexico City from their home base.
Tesla said it had created the map as part the Tesla Mexico campaign, which aims to educate drivers about Tesla’s charging infrastructure.
It said the map will be available in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, and Russian and Korean.
The map will also be available to all Tesla customers in Mexico.
In addition to the Supercharging map, Tesla has created a map of Mexico’s major highways and highways that connect to major Mexican cities, including Mexico City, Tegucigalpa, and Puebla.
The Supercharging map includes all major highways in Mexico City and the border cities of Ciudad Juarez and Punta Arenas.
The map also includes a list of all Superchargering stations in Mexico and shows the fastest speeds in each city.
Tesla Motors and the Mexican government released the map in response to a request from the Mexican Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
The Superchargments are part of Tesla’s “Tesla Model S Superchargor Drive program” to help the electric vehicle be available on all U.S. highways within 15 minutes.
Tesla said in March that it had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mexican Government that would allow the company to use its Superchargr network in the country for up to five years, providing the infrastructure is maintained.