Tesla Welcomes GM to EV Superchargers

General Motors (GM) is an American multinational auto manufacturing corporation with its headquarters in Michigan, USA. The company’s portfolio comprises four brands – Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac. In 2022, it was the largest automaker in the United States in terms of sales, and although it lost the top spot to Toyota in 2008, GM held the title of the world’s largest automaker for 77 years prior to that.

In a positive development for the electric vehicle (EV) industry, General Motors (GM) and Tesla announced an agreement that will enable GM’s electric vehicles use Tesla’s superchargers. Under the agreement, GM will integrate its electric vehicles with Tesla’s charging infrastructure, allowing GM EV owners to access approximately 12,000 of Tesla’s charging stations spread across the United States.

According to NPR, CEO of General Motors Mary Barra and Tesla’s Elon Musk jointly announced this collaboration during a conversation on Twitter, with the expected start date stipulated for early 2024. Similarly, Ford recently announced it will be joining Tesla’s supercharging network.

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