Tesla Motors has been building a superchargers network around the world since its founding in 2009, but the company has yet to build its own.
But now the company is preparing to do just that.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Wednesday that the company will soon launch a supercharging station in China.
Tesla says the facility will help speed up deliveries of the Model S, which is the company’s best-selling car.
The facility will be the first for a Chinese company, Tesla said.
It’s part of a wider initiative to develop supercharging infrastructure in the country, Tesla spokeswoman Natalie Gao told CNN.
“The Chinese supercharged cars are the largest global superchargment network, with over 10 million customers in China,” Gao said.
“This facility will provide a huge boost to our local superchargership network.”
Tesla said the superchargER network will help it deliver its Model S faster to customers in the city of Nanjing.
The SuperchargER will be powered by an electric motor that has a maximum speed of 735 miles per hour (1,500 kilometers per hour), according to the company.
The superchargERS will also include a central network of charging stations that are connected to each other via a network of high-voltage transmission lines.
“This is the next logical step for us,” Tesla CEO Musk said in a statement.
“We’ve always been a believer in the supercharging concept, and we’re confident this new superchargering facility will become a world-class network.
It will enable us to accelerate our Model S deliveries in the most efficient and efficient way.”
Tesla says the supercharged cars are also more fuel efficient than the conventional cars.
The company says the Model 3 sedan, the world’s first all-electric sedan, can get about 85 miles per gallon (127 kilometers per gallon) with the supercharge.
The announcement comes a month after Tesla announced plans to build a supercharged superchargerbattery for its Model 3, which will cost around $3,500 and will be available to purchase by 2019.
Tesla is also developing a supercharge infrastructure for the Model X SUV.
The Chinese company’s announcement comes as Tesla’s electric-car sales in China have declined sharply.
Its 2016 sales fell 9% to 5,788 units, a decline of 13% compared to 2015.
In a separate announcement on Wednesday, Tesla reported a record $12.5 billion (€9.2 billion) in sales for the fourth quarter, up from $11.5bn (€10.2bn) in the same quarter last year.