what happened? Tesla will open its network of supercharged charging stations for other electric vehicles later this year. Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently confirmed the news on Twitter in response to a letter criticizing Tesla for creating his own connection.
In response, Musk said they made the call because there was no standard when it started, and only Tesla was producing long-range electric cars at the time.
It's not clear exactly how Tesla uses its own connector in North America (possibly an adapter), but elsewhere, the company uses standard connectors. In a separate comment, Musk said that Tesla superchargers will be available over time in other electronic devices in all countries.
The electric car maker unveiled its Supercharged stations in 2012. At that time, with a 30-minute charge, users today would be about 180 miles away. And with a 15-minute recharge, you can get enough water for up to 200 miles. Tesla has also developed its own Supercharger network over the years. According to the company's website, there are now more than 25,000 superchargers worldwide. In the United States, for example, it is now easier to travel from coast to coast. In densely populated areas, chargers are super numerous. p>
Tesla will open its superchargers to other electric vehicles later this year