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Tesla announces supercharger pricing structure | CNN Money

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. CEO Elon Musk announced in November that Tesla would phase out free charging.

Tesla (TSLA) will still give unlimited free charges to people who already own a Tesla or who order a high-priced Model S or Model X by Sunday. Anyone who orders a luxury model after Sunday will be capped at 400 kilowatt hours of free charging per year — good for about 1,000 miles — and will pay after that.

Prices are higher overseas. It will cost the equivalent of $64 to drive from Paris to Rome and about $58 to drive from Beijing to Shanghai. That works out to 7 cents a mile, compared with 4 cents for the two sample U.S. trips.

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Tesla announces supercharger pricing structure – Jan. 13, 2017.

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