Yes, Tesla port is left rear. Getting a Tesla cable to reach can be challenging and may require parking in the next space over.
Adapters and software will only work on Gen 3 and newer.
Maybe. Farley said they were sending them to existing owners. Notice on Ford Pass says price not yet set.
Sort of. At 8 NY and 2 CA sites, the Superchargers are equipped with Magic Docks that allow CCS1 vehicles to charge. The adapter for Fords would simply be a retooled Magic Dock designed into a smaller, simpler form factor.
Agreed. Isn't this thread supposed to be about Tesla prices????
Maybe y'all thought this was
I've driven one. It's a decent Model 3 competitor but with a lift back. Less space than a Mach E and lousy visibility out that back window. I know a couple of folks who own them and are very happy with them.
Due to Chinese construction, the cost in the US includes a hefty tariff.
And yet you...
So did Thursday's press announcement. That's where the 12,000 charger count comes from.
Tesla probably only plans to implement the software on v3 and v4 Superchargers (coming soon). My guess is it would be too much trouble to implement this on v2s that are on their way out anyway.
While it talks about pricing, it doesn't rule out free chargers for existing owners. They could set a policy that owners of vehicles delivered before 5/26/23 (Farley pronouncement on CNBC) get a free adapter.
Since the CCS1 -> NACS adapter retails at $175, let's figure cost to Ford would be...