Tesla Supercharger Now Available to Other Electric Cars and Four New Countries
The electric car manufacturer Tesla , based in the US state of California , has opened its electric charging station Superchargers to the use of other non-Tesla electric cars in most of the European countries where it operates .
The company launched its first Supercharger Stations in Norway and subsequently expanded to Austria, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, England, the Netherlands and France, now adding Germany, Denmark, Finland, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Thus, Tesla Superchargers are now in service in 13 countries.
Will Tesla Supercharger come to Turkey?
Tesla had dreams of opening the charging station Superchargers to all electric cars before and finally started to realize it, but there is an important point here; Access to superchargers opens only to a certain group. Currently, only all electric car owners in the Netherlands can charge their vehicles at Supercharger stations.
Tesla’s Supercharger electric charging stations are not yet available in our country, but according to the information on the official website of the company; Supercharger Stations will be operational in Ankara, Antalya, Aydın, Balikesir, Bursa, Edirne, Hendek, Istanbul, Izmir and Konya regions.