Previously all-new Tesla Model S and Model cars were offered free unlimited Supercharging. Superchargers, for those that don’t know, are the names
Previously all-new Tesla Model S and Model cars were offered free unlimited Supercharging. Superchargers, for those that don’t know, are the names of Tesla’s rapid electric charge points. They allow you to seamlessly recharge your Tesla by utilising a high charge rate which slashed recharging times. However, that option was removed after a while much to the dismay of new customers.
Tesla has, however, now brought it back to its new inventory stock.
Tesla tweeted: “BREAKING: All new Model S and Model X orders now come with ⚡ free ⚡ unlimited ⚡ Supercharging ⚡”
These new cars all come with the Free Supercharging perk which will save money while charging cutting overall running costs.
Superchargers are vastly superior to the majority of current electric charging potions in operation on the roads across the world.
You simply plug the charging point into the car and it works, you don’t require a card, app or some other fob like with other points.
The perk is also available with the New Inventory stock on the Tesla website, which is cars ready to buy now.
One downside with the New Inventory stock is that you have less control on interior and exterior colour or specs but there are a range of options on offer at the moment with a handful of miles on the clock.
The benefit of these cars is that they are already made and don’t require you to wait to pick them up.
Model S and Model X recently had spec increase which bumped the Long Range variants range up to 370-miles and 315-miles WLTP respectively.
There were also a number of upgrades made to the cars including updated suspension and new arcade games accessible through the infotainment screen.