Tesla opens up supercharger network to other EVs

EV drivers, you will have more fast-charging options soon. In order to tap into the $7.5 billion federal incentives for expanding charging infrastructure, Tesla promised to offer 3,500 Supercharger stations to non-Tesla electric vehicles by the end of 2024. As a rather swift-moving company, Tesla isn’t waiting around and has been retrofitting its Magic Dock to existing Supercharger and opening access to those stations for non-Tesla EVs. In North America Tesla has been using its elegant and simple-to-use proprietary charging plug, referred to as the North American Charging Standard (NACS). Unfortunately, the rest of the automotive industry seems to prefer going against a user-friendly experience and stick with the bulky Combined Charging System (CCS1) plug. Read original article here.

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