How do I find upgraded Tesla Superchargers?

To locate an upgraded Tesla Supercharger for your Ford electric vehicle (EV), search using the FordPass®* App or Public Charging App on your vehicle’s touchscreen. They will automatically filter by in-network, upgraded Tesla Superchargers, and let you know when your Fast Charging Adapter is needed. Using third-party search tools may not accurately filter incompatible stations.

Your Fast Charging Adapter allows charging at upgraded Tesla Superchargers. Look for Tesla Superchargers that have peak rates of 250+ kilowatts (kW) and an all-black charge cord and handle.

Illustration of Tesla Supercharger with close-up of the charge cord with a black collar on the cable and a max charge speed of 250+ Kilowatts.  These chargers are compatible with the Fast Charging Adapter.
Illustration of Tesla Supercharger with close-up of the charge cord with a silver collar on the cable/plug and a max charge speed of less than 150 Kilowatts.  These chargers are not compatible with the Fast Charging Adapter.

Find Tesla Superchargers with FordPass

  1. Open FordPass.
  2. Tap View Chargers.
    • If you are near a charging station, FordPass will display the station's details.
    • If you are not near a charging station, FordPass will display a list of chargers in your area.

      Note: You can also locate a charger manually by entering its address on the charge list screen.

Stations that require a Fast Charging Adapter are labeled "Adapter Needed."

Important: If you have not received your Fast Charging Adapter, or if you don’t have it with you, select the Filters button in FordPass or the Public Charging App and tap Hide stations needing adapter.

Find Tesla Superchargers with the Public Charging App

  1. Tap the Home icon on your vehicle's touchscreen.
  2. Select Public Charging. The closest chargers to your vehicle's location will display.

    Note: You can also locate a charger manually by entering its address on the charge list screen.

Stations that require a Fast Charging Adapter are labeled "Adapter Needed." Incompatible chargers will be labeled "Station not compatible" with a red alert.

Important: If you have not received your Fast Charging Adapter, or if you don’t have it with you, select the Filters button in FordPass or the Public Charging App and tap Hide stations needing adapter.

Using Other Navigation Tools

Use the information below for answers about finding upgraded Tesla Superchargers with other navigation tools:

I use Apple CarPlay®**. Can I use Apple Maps electric vehicle (EV) routing to navigate to upgraded Tesla Superchargers? 

Apple Maps EV routing is available for Mustang Mach-E® and F-150® Lightning® drivers through Apple CarPlay. Apple plans to support Tesla Supercharger routing in Spring 2024. In the meantime, we recommend using the FordPass App and Public Charging App to find upgraded Tesla Superchargers.

Note: A software update may be required to enable this feature.

I use Android Auto™†. Can I use Google Maps EV routing to navigate to compatible Tesla Superchargers? 

Google Maps EV routing will be available to Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning drivers through Android Auto later in 2024. In the meantime, we recommend using FordPass and the Public Charging App to find upgraded Tesla Superchargers. 

Note: A software update will be required to enable this feature.

I use Connected Built-In Navigation. Can I use Power My Trip to navigate to compatible Tesla Superchargers?

Upgraded Tesla Superchargers will be added to Connected Built-In Navigation later in spring 2024.

Until then, use the Public Charging App on your touchscreen to find, navigate to, and charge at an upgraded Tesla Supercharger.  

Note: An active Connected Navigation subscription is required to receive these updates. 

Additional Information

How do I reserve a Fast Charging Adapter?
How do I enable Plug & Charge?
How do I charge my vehicle with my Fast Charging Adapter?

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*The FordPass App, compatible with select smartphone platforms, is available through a free download. Message and data rates may apply.

**Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.  

Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC. Google Maps and Google are trademarks of Google LLC.