New Tesla Supercharger points have been unveiled at a shopping park in north-west Ipswich.

The charging points have been installed towards the south of Anglia Retail Park.

Ipswich Star: One of the Tesla charging pointsOne of the Tesla charging points (Image: Charlotte Bond)

A total of 12 spaces have been created as part of the new points, which can recharge up to 172 miles in just 15 minutes, and has built-in phone chargers.

The car park serves shops such as Dunelm, B&M, Smyths Toy Store, The Range and will soon serve Lidl.

Colin Kreidewolf, Chair, Ipswich Borough Assets, said: "Our commitment to sustainability is embodied in these cutting-edge fast chargers. We believe that by providing a faster and more convenient charging solution, we contribute to the widespread adoption of electric vehicles, ushering in a cleaner and greener future as well as attracting visitors to the retail park by offering motorist more choice.”

Ipswich Star: Tesla Supercharging Points have been installed in Anglia Retail ParkTesla Supercharging Points have been installed in Anglia Retail Park (Image: Charlotte Bond)