Tesla has been adding support for other electric cars to charge at its Supercharger network for a little while now, in the Netherlands. The company started a small pilot in November 2021 with just ten Supercharger stations having support. Now, all 36 Supercharger stations in the Netherlands can accept Tesla’s to charge as well as any third party models.
Tesla is also going to be starting expanding the program to Norway and France too.
Drivers of non-Tesla electric cars will just need to download the Tesla app, have a car with a CCS connector and then use the Tesla app to pay for the time used at the charger.
Non-Tesla vehicles can now charge at all Superchargers in the Netherlands via the Tesla app. Learn more at https://t.co/hjybH0ROdl pic.twitter.com/zjomySylf9
— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) February 14, 2022