Tesla is opening up its charging networks to other electric cars for the first time.
The company has more than 25,000 “supercharger” locations, making it the largest charging network in the world.
Its pilot scheme will start with 10 locations in the Netherlands as part of the company’s push to take electric vehicles mainstream.
Elon Musk, the chief executive who produced the car is hoping to eventually expand the scheme “worldwide”.
The chargers will work with any electric car that features a combined charging system (CCS) port.
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