Tesla Launches Non-Tesla EV Supercharging Pilot In China

Tesla has just expanded its Non-Tesla Supercharger Pilot program to China, where for the very first time, other electric cars can use Tesla Superchargers and destination charging points.

The pilot rollout includes a total of 10 select Supercharging stations (five in Beijing and five in Shanghai) as well as 120 destination charging points in 25 provinces and cities in the Chinese mainland.

Let’s recall that Tesla operates more than 1,600 Supercharging stations (more than 10,000 individual stalls) in China and more than 700 destination charging points more than 2,000 individual stalls). It means that the pilot is just a small fraction of the network right now.

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