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A $38 supercharge will get your Tesla from Sydney to Melbourne - Business Insider Australia

Electric car maker Tesla has just announced the Australian pricing for “filling up” at its supercharging stations. The Supercharger network was built by the company to enable drivers to quickly give their cars a charge on long-distance journeys. The ...and more »

New survey compares demographic of Tesla Model X vs. Model S buyer - Teslarati

A new survey that polled nearly 500 Tesla owners, reservation holders, and enthusiasts found several key differences between Model S and Model X owners. This is my largest Tesla-focused study to date and is a follow up to last year's 22-question owner ...and more »

New Tesla owners will now pay a 'small fee' for Supercharger access - Business Insider

New Tesla owners will now need to pay a small fee to Supercharge their vehicles. Tesla's Supercharger network provides high-speed charging that restores 170 miles of range in 30 minutes. The extensive network used to be free for new customers, but ...and more »

Tesla details how it'll charge new owners to use Superchargers - TechCrunch

For the past few years, anyone who owned a Tesla could charge it up at one of the company's Supercharging stations free of charge. But as we've known for a few months now, this all-you-can-eat setup is being phased out. While existing owners will still ...and more »

Tesla reveals what it will charge for a charge - CNNMoney

It will soon cost some Tesla owners $15 to charge up for a drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco, and $120 to go from L.A. to New York. The company has revealed the new pricing structure for its network of rapid charging stations around the world ...and more »

Details On New Tesla Supercharger Usage Fees - CleanTechnica

With the January 15th deadline for unlimited free Supercharger access for new Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles fast approaching, the company has now revealed how those without unlimited Supercharger access will be charged. As previously reported, 400 ...and more »

Tesla releases the details of its new Supercharger Credit program - Electrek

The end of the unlimited free access to Tesla's Supercharger network was announced back in November and the details were supposed to be released by the end of last year, but the company gave potential customers a 2-week extension to close their orders ...and more »

Here's How Tesla Will Start Charging Owners For Supercharger Usage - Jalopnik

All good things come to an end, like when Tesla broke the news that its growing global network of Supercharger stations would no longer be free. Today, Tesla has announced some specifics on how much you'll be charged for charging, and when. Article ...and more »

Tesla Superchargers Are No Longer Free for New Customers - Fortune

The innovative car company released a statement Thursday saying that new Tesla Model S and Model X owners will receive 400 kWh (kilowatt-hour) of free Supercharging credits (roughly 1,000 miles) annually on the anniversary of their delivery—but now ...and more »

Tesla details Supercharging fees for new buyers - The Verge

Tesla will soon begin charging new buyers of its cars for use of its high-speed charging network, and the company detailed that pricing scheme in a post on its website today. The change, which was announced late last year, will affect new Tesla ...and more »