This includes more than 450 Supercharger stations and more than 350 destination charging stations.

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Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is continuing to expand its charging network in China to other brands of electric vehicle (EV) models.

To date, Tesla has opened up more than 800 charging stations to other EVs, including more than 450 Supercharger stations and more than 350 destination charging stations, it said today on Weibo.

Between March 19 and April 30, those interested can pay RMB 2.99 ($0.42) to subscribe to Tesla's charging membership in China, which originally costs RMB 9.99, and thus enjoy discounts, a poster released by Tesla shows.

Tesla announced on April 24, 2023 that it's opening up its charging network on a pilot basis to other brands of EVs in the Chinese mainland.

The EV maker initially opened 10 Supercharger stations and 120 destination charging stations for 37 non-Tesla models.

Last November 28, Tesla said it opened more than 350 Supercharger stations and more than 260 destination charging stations to other brands in China.

The company's figures released today mean it has increased the number of Supercharger stations it has opened by about 100 since the end of November last year, and destination charging stations by about 90.

In China, several car companies have announced that they will be connected to Tesla's charging network.

On November 10 last year, SAIC Motor's joint venture with General Motors, SAIC Motor, announced that it would begin accessing Tesla's charging network in China by the end of 2023, becoming the first car brand to do so in the country.

On November 16, Polestar China CEO Shen Ziyu said Polestar would access Tesla's charging network in China.

To date, Tesla has more than 1,900 Supercharger stations in China, offering more than 11,000 Superchargers, according to data it announced on March 6.

It also has more than 700 destination charging stations in China, providing more than 2,000 charging piles.

Tesla sells 30,141 cars in China in Feb, down 24.4% from Jan

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