Tesla announced on Thursday that is expanding its Supercharger pilot program for non-Tesla vehicles in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Electric vehicle owners from these countries will now be able to use Tesla’s network to charge their vehicles.
In January, the automaker expanded its program to Norway and France and The Netherlands was added a month later. In May, Tesla included the UK, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, and Austria in its pilot program.
The Non-Tesla Supercharger pilot is currently available for Supercharging stations in the following countries: France, The Netherlands, Norway, UK, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, and Switzerland.
Earlier today, Tesla updated the prices on its website for all its models in the United States. Although the company has not yet commented on the price increase, the recent inflation numbers and the ongoing global supply-chain issues are seen as the main reasons for the decision.
The best selling models Model 3 (Long Range) went from $54,490 to $57,990 — a $2,500 increase — while the Model Y (also LR) price went from $62,990 to $65,990, a $3,000 price increase.