Tesla Info: Get your car configuration including whether it has free supercharging

To get hold of the information about your car including the detailed configuration taken from Teslas option codes, one of which determines the type of supercharging you have and whether it is unlimited and free, simply enter your token (instructions are available at the bottom of this page), or your email address and password. We do not keep your token, email or password details as this is meant to be a one off query. We will show you details of the first or only car on your account including your vin, token which you can copy if you want it for other purposes, the infamous "uncorked" flag and a bunch of other stuff you might find useful including charging status.

Alternatively enter the option code string from MyTesla or attached to a picture that looks a bit like "AD15, AF02A, AH00, APBS...". MyTesla in most countries has an option to "View Spec" which typically returns an empty page. If you take the link which is seen after selecting "Manage car" and drop it in to the option code line, we'll try and work out what you have.

View spec

We only need either your token or your email and password or the configuration string.

If we get no response or it times out, it may be because your car is asleep in the same was as the Tesla App can sometimes take some time to connect to your car.

There are three general classes of supercharging, paid for charging, free for the first owner which reverts to paid when the car is sold, and unlimited free. It used to be fairly easy to tell which a car would have from its age. but Tesla are now removing unlimited free supercharging from their CPO cars and so you need to check if you are thinking of buying any car.

You can generate this for yourself and this way we don't have your password.

We don't store this email address
We don't store your password

To get your Tesla token on a Windows computer without calling any 3rd party servers, open notepad, create a token.ps1 file and copy the following text exchanging your email and password where indicated. Save the file, right click on the file name and use "Run with Powershell". This will execute the command on your computer calling the Tesla servers directly (the website teslamotors.com is owned by Tesla) and place the result in the output.txt file. You should find "access_token" followed by a long string, this is your token.

$url = "https://owner-api.teslamotors.com/oauth/token"
$params = @{ grant_type = "password";
  client_id = "81527cff06843c8634fdc09e8ac0abefb46ac849f38fe1e431c2ef2106796384";
  client_secret = "c7257eb71a564034f9419ee651c7d0e5f7aa6bfbd18bafb5c5c033b093bb2fa3";
  email = "myemail@address";
  password = "myteslapassword"
$response = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $url -Method POST -Body $params
Write-Output $response
$response | Out-File 'output.txt'
start-sleep 10

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