I could see it being Stellantis as they had previously gifted Tesla billions of dollars for European emission credits. There must be some residual good will from that.
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CCS vehicles will never be able to charge on v2 superchargers. Most of the ones in my area are v2. If legacy auto puts the Tesla ports right on their vehicles, I believe Tesla still won't be sharing their proprietary protocol, so the v2 thing will continue to be true.Ford BEV will have exclusive access to Tesla SC Network....
now only available with the NACS adapter....
Come 2025 no NACS adapter will be needed...
Ford will integrate the SC network View attachment 4470
through its onboard software
Tesla to open 12,000 Superchargers to Ford across U.S. and CanadaFord is set to gain access to 12,000 Tesla Supercharger locations across the United States and Canada and a new partnership announced on Thursday. Ford will also adopt Tesla’s charging port beginning in 2025, eliminating the need for a charging adapter in the future. “This is great news for our...www.teslarati.com
Yes, am I missing something? Could you not do that now (assuming you could use the Tesla supercharger) with an adapter?CCS vehicles will never be able to charge on v2 superchargers. Most of the ones in my area are v2. If legacy auto puts the Tesla ports right on their vehicles, I believe Tesla still won't be sharing their proprietary protocol, so the v2 thing will continue to be true.
No, you can’t. There are no adapters fromYes, am I missing something? Could you not do that now (assuming you could use the Tesla supercharger) with an adapter?
@IBRLYNORMultiple charging stations had more than half of the chargers disabled and the rest derated to 50kW at best, even a 350kW charger.
……I had 7 miles of range left. I ran into three other EV owners in the same boat.
#BecauseCapitalism … companies need to turn ever-increasing profits and in lean times that comes out of the employees and the products/services. Think “scaling back” and shrinkflation. Tesla likely allocates a portion of a car’s sales price to its charging infrastructure and God knows their sales have kept up and then some. EA aka Volkswagen Group of America snorted all the unappropriated money it had (from their lawsuit settlement obligation) and are letting the stations go into disrepair or “low output” mode. There aren’t enough non-Tesla EVs being sold to help finance EA’s network, at least not yet. Tesla’s deep pockets and shock-and-awe scaling really helped eliminate these chicken-and-egg problems. It helps to not be in a rut of old-school financial/sales practices like the rest of the automobile industry. Sooo much waste.@IBRLYNOR
this is a sorry state of non-Tesla chargers!
I do not understand why this is a common occurrence…
Its these EV charging nightmares that truly frighten the general public from joining the BEV train