US Superchargers will get CSS connectors for non-Tesla EVs, Elon Musk confirms

In a recent interview with the Financial Times, Elon Musk confirmed that Tesla’s Supercharger network in the US (and in North America, in general) will open up to non-Tesla EVs. This will expand the Non-Tesla Supercharger Pilot, which was launched last November and is currently available in France, Norway, and the Netherlands. While Elon — being Elon — didn’t disclose a specific timeframe, he did hint at the addition of a different connector: “It’s a little trickier in the US because we have a different connector than the rest of the industry. But we will be adding the rest of…

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