Not only that, showing its commitment to electric vehicles, Tesla also made a Supercharger for non-Tesla vehicles in November last year.
“Now trials of our Non-Tesla Supercharger will continue to expand to new locations and countries to support our mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy,” the company said in a statement on Twitter.
Now Tesla is expanding its non-Tesla Supercharger trial to Iceland. With this trial, several stations are now accessible to non-Tesla EV drivers including in Iceland via the Tesla app.
“It has always been our ambition to open up the Supercharger network to Non-Tesla EVs, and in doing so, encourage more drivers to use electricity,” the company added.
So, with the addition of non-Tesla Supercharger test stations in Iceland, here is a list of countries where non-Tesla Superchargers are currently available.
According to Teslarati, Tesla is using this Pilot Program to determine the process for opening its Supercharger Network in the United States to other automakers.
In June, the White House also indicated Tesla would open up its Supercharger network to other automotive brands as “new Supercharger equipment” was in production.
The V4 Supercharger, which recently enabled Supercharging to other vehicles, will be installed for the first time in Arizona.