Tesla has brought back an exciting perk for current owners – the ability to transfer free lifetime Supercharging to a new Tesla vehicle. This offer provides a great incentive for existing Tesla drivers to stay loyal to the brand when purchasing their next electric car. However, there is a catch. Tesla has only relaunched free Supercharger transfers temporarily, and interested customers need to act fast.
According to an announcement from Tesla, owners who currently have free unlimited Supercharging can once again transfer this perk to a newly purchased Model S, Model X, or Model Y. This is welcome news to many legacy Tesla owners who have been eagerly awaiting the return of Supercharger transferability.
But there’s a strict cutoff for taking advantage of this revived offer. Customers must take delivery of their new Tesla with the transferred Supercharger capability by March 31, 2024. After that date, the promotion will expire and free unlimited Supercharger transfers will no longer be available.
Important to note is that this relaunched program only applies in the United States. Also, it does not cover free Full Self Driving transfers, which Tesla previously allowed with new purchases. You will need to pay current pricing if you want FSD added to your new Tesla.
Tesla has not provided details on whether they might reinstate this popular program once again down the road. For now, Tesla fans who qualify should act quickly if they want to grab a new Tesla and retain free Supercharging. Have you taken advantage of Tesla’s temporary relaunch of free Supercharger transfers? Let us know your experience in the comments.