Tesla Motors will allow, through a pilot program opened in the Netherlands, electric cars from other brands to be charged at its Supercharger stations, writes Reuters. Tesla Motors recently reached the $ 1 billion market capitalization threshold, and Tesla Model 3 was the most sought after car model in Europe last month.
Tesla has announced that cars from other brands that have the CCS standard will also be able to be loaded at 10 fast charging points in the Netherlands. Among the brands that use this standard in Europe are BMW, Mercedes, Ford and Audi. The stations can be accessed through the Tesla application.
The company says it will monitor the Supercharger points in question to see if they will not become too crowded and therefore if they can be used without problems by Tesla owners.
The full-electric cars had the best year in Europe, and in September Tesla Model 3 was the European car model with the best sales figures, over VW Golf, Renault Clio and Dacia Sandero.
Model 3 found over 24,000 customers, and Model Y, almost 9,000. The top of the most sought after electric cars in Europe was completed by Volkswagen ID 3, Renault Zoe, Skoda Enyaq and Kia Niro.