One of the biggest advantages of buying a Tesla is getting to charge your Model S and Model X for free in the very big network of quick chargers of the company, called Superchargers.
This, however, is going to change, for the Tesla cars that will be ordered from the first day of 2017. The US company has already mentioned that the entry-Model level 3 won’t be available with free unlimited charging, but this will also apply to other models that will be ordered from the beginning of the next year.
There are good news, however, since Tesla will give to those who order a car from 1st January a free card with a charging value of 400 kWh each year, accounting for approximately 1,600 km.
After this limit, Tesla says that there will be a small fee for using the Superchargers. The company did not mention the exact cost, but they said that prices can fluctuate over time and vary depending on the State, on the cost of electricity and other factors.
The good news for today’s Tesla owners is that they, and those who order Tesla cars until the end of this year and collect them before April, will still have free unlimited use of the 4,600 Supercharger stations.