Cities will have less privately owned cars, a trend that can already be seen in across Europe, including Nordic cities. In a multimodal world where we use several means of transport in a single day, cars will still be a part of the mix after walking, bikes, public transport and ridehailing. Parking garages will cease to exist as we know them. Instead, they will become what Aimo likes to call Aimo hubs.
Ullevaal Stadium is a mobilityt hub and offers charging, pick-up point, car and bike sharing, safe bike parking, car wash and easy access to public transportation.
With over 30,000 Superchargers, Tesla owns and operates the largest fast charging network in the world. The supercharger stations also constitute Norway's largest fast charging network, and is the only network that covers Norway along from Lindesnes to Nordkapp. The supercharger stations are located along important routes, close to convenient facilities, and they keep you charged when you are away from home. Just plug in, charge up and drive on.
At Ullevaal Stadion, you’ll find a V3 Supercharger station with 20 charging stalls (250 kW peak charging rates) to the right of the ramp into the garage on the east side of the stadium. The station will be available for all EV drivers via the Tesla app.