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As Tesla is officially ending any type of free Supercharging program, the automaker is surprising owners with a drastic increase of Supercharging prices around the world.



All new Tesla vehicles are officially sold as part of its new pay-per-use Supercharger program since last November.

The automaker was still offering limited free Supercharging periods as part of its referral program, but now that the program is apparently going away for good, there should be absolutely no new cars with free Supercharging enabled by the end of the month.

Owners will now have to pay per kWh used at the Supercharger stations or pay per minute in some markets that don’t allow direct electricity sales.


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