Tesla officially opens Superchargers to non-Tesla EV owners in the US and explains how it works

Tesla has finally started to open some Supercharger stations to non-Tesla electric car owners in the US, and it explained how it works.

It has been a long time coming, but we also knew it was finally coming soon as we started to spot Tesla installing the “Magic Dock” at some Supercharger stations in the last few days.

While those stations were now equipped with the integrated CCS adapter to work with non-Tesla EVs, the automaker had yet to officially open them up through the app and start onboarding electric cars owners to its charging network…

In the app, electric car owners can see the station and select the stall where they park. After, they simply have to grab the handle where the CCS adapter will come out of the Magic Dock: