Power with Control
And now the letdown.....unless you own a Tesla... Spotted at Harris Teeter this morning
Would be nicer if it were a more compatible standard, but I believe Tesla is the only one that's willing to foot 100% of the cost of build-out in most locations.
That said, you can use an Aptera at a supercharger and there are rumors several other manufacturers are looking to partner with Tesla.
I messaged an old friend who was into crypto currencies early on asking if he was going to buy a Tesla now that you can pay with Bitcoin. He texted me the receipt he had for a founders addition roadster he bought the day before. Only 1000 are going to be made.
Not known how Tesla plays into any of that. Given the anti-union stance of Musk, and Bidens constant harping on labor jobs, I expect restrictions to cut Tesla out of the pie on that stuff.Also just saw that EV chargers are part of the big biden infrastructure bill.
How much use will they really get there? If you're just running out to the grocery store, how often are you going to need to recharge while you're there? Would make more sense to place them along major throughways that have lots of long distance travelers passing by.
Or, are they just doing it for the visibility?
Never driven one, have you. Instant torque and super low CG makes for great fun. So, not sheeple. And power generated at a natrual gas plant is made far more efficiently with far less emissions.Fossil fuel still supplies the power to those chargers so why waste the money on a sheeple mobile
The M roadster my buddy bought and stored at my place for a few months had a supercharger on the 6. Dang that thing was fun to drive.