Tesla CEO Elon Musk has again confirmed that Tesla owners will have WiFi access at all Tesla Superchargers. Tesla will open their Supercharger Network to other vehicles soon, and with that influx of new customers, WiFi would be a nice bonus for both Tesla and other EV owners.
Back in April 2019, Musk stated that the Supercharger Network would receive WiFi over time. However, the move to WiFi has been slow, and not all Superchargers have the connection yet.
At the same time, it looks like Musk is aware of the issue. Musk confirmed that all Tesla Superchargers will have WiFi in a tweet yesterday.
However, he did not confirm the timing to complete the upgrade across the network.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 14, 2021
Based on recent reports, the Tesla Supercharger network will open to other vehicles soon. As well it looks like Europe will be the first spot where the network opens to other cars.
It is unclear if the network will use Starlink as the internet provider or plug into existing internet providers where the Superchargers are located. It is also not clear if non-Tesla owners will need to pay for WiFi access or if it will be an all-in-one cost with the charging.