Mercedes-Benz Jumps on the Bandwagon and Allows Tesla Drivers Access to Superchargers

The doors are wide open. Since Tesla stated in February that it will allow electric vehicles from other automakers to use its Supercharger network.

In quick succession, collaborations with the Silicon Valley EV darling have been unveiled by first Ford, then GM, then Volvo and Polestar, and now Mercedes-Benz.

Rivian has joined the team as well, but only for the benefit of its owners.

Due to the company's present sales level, it has far less significance as a leading predictor of market developments.

The Mercedes agreement's specifics adhere to the established pattern.

Starting in 2024, Mercedes EV drivers will have access to Tesla's Superchargers.

 Starting in 2025, the business will start incorporating Tesla's charging port, also known as the North American Charging Standard, into its automobiles.