San Francisco| Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his company is opening up its Supercharger network to other electric vehicles later this year. According to Musk, Tesla made its own connector, because there was no standard back then and Tesla was the only manufacturer of long-distance electric cars.
As Musk wrote on Twitter, this is a very slim connector for both low and high power charging.
That said, we’re opening up our Supercharger network to other EVs later this year.
Let us tell you that as of May, Tesla’s Supercharger network has reached a total of 25,000 chargers. A big milestone for fast-charging networks.
At the end of 2020, Tesla had more than 20,000 charging stalls at more than 2,100 supercharging stations around the world.
As Engadget reports, it won’t be easy for other companies to open their network, as Tesla uses a proprietary connector in North America.
It has to be ensured that this station will work across all brands and will act as a secure software between non-Tesla cars and superchargers, the report said.
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