A software error in Tesla’s V3 Superchargers temporarily prevented other brand’s electric cars from being able to charge via CCS for free throughout Europe. On Sunday, however, this gap was closed via a software update.
The error started over the additional CCS charging capacity Tesla introduced in their European chargers so that drivers with EVs from other manufacturers would not be stuck out in the cold if only a Supercharger were nearby. While no data was made available as to how much this loophole was exploited, Tesla was quick to fix it with another software update.
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