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That scooping up of other EV manufacturers into the Supercharger charging portfolio may be a game changer. I wonder if you know of another charger network this big in the US, EU, China? That would be interesting if someone were to hatch out here to consolidate the other EV players in terms of charging...

I'm actually trying to stay away from EV cars but I know that there are quite a few competing chargers operating in Europe, probably in China too... so it would definitely be an interesting business model :) Mainly it would make huge sense for the user to have just one app for all chargers... just like a normal car can fill up at all petrol stations... but then again, there's all sorts of connectors etc..

That's where I see Tesla's big advantage in the future, just that network of superchargers.

Yeah, Teslas definitely... but the ones that stick to it will be under Tesla's control.)

Only good for Tesla again, I'm all for it :)

The question is what are the conditions for all these companies. I would say this is only good for Rivian. And for Tesla, of course.

So the conditions are basically the least you can do when you run out of money - build your own charging infra.

Now, there are pros for both sides... but for Tesla, it's much bigger.)