Tesla has recently opened the first V4 Supercharger at a new location in the Netherlands. The Supercharger location is in Harderwijk in the Netherlands and has 16 independent charging stations that will be soon opening up support for third-party cars, such as non-Tesla vehicles.
First V4 Supercharger stalls now open in Harderwijk 🇳🇱!
Stalls are equipped with a longer cable, providing easy access for all EVs. pic.twitter.com/TnY3dBoyhP
— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) March 15, 2023
The new location is the first to have the V4 chargers, which offer some benefits over the last generation, such as a taller unit, longer charging cable and up to 250kW speeds.
The charging process for Tesla drivers remains the same as any other location, but non-Tesla will still need to use the app to start a new charging session.