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“It’s a little trickier in the US because we have a different connector than the rest of the industry, but we will be adding the rest of the industry connectors as an option to Superchargers in the US. We are trying as best as possible to do the right thing for the advancement of electrification, even if that diminishes our competitive advantage,” Musk said.

https://driveteslacanada.ca/news/ccs-connectors-tesla-superchargers-us/

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Right after early MMEs get BlueCruise and remote frunk release.
Probably around the time that version 3 of the roadster hits the streets. Yes, version 3. Unless the Oracle of Pretoria, keeps his nose out of it, then it might happen soon.
 

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Dude any MME can get BlueCruise for about a month now.
Ha Ha. 5 days at the dealership, got it back, now it at least tells me on the driver display Blue Cruise Not Available, and I lost the lane centering feature. So now my MME can spell Blue Cruise, does that really count?
 

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We are trying as best as possible to do the right thing for the grabbing of government infrastructure dollars the advancement of electrification, even if that diminishes our competitive advantage, while charging non-tesla cars a premium” Musk said.
There, I fixed it with the "truth editor"
 

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Soon meaning when he gets part of that $7.5B. Ultimate goal.
 

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I’d pay $10/mo for access to the Supercharger network and like $0.40/kWh. They’re generally well spaced out and in the places I want to visit.

Also, it would make it much more convenient to caravan with my Tesla owner buddies.
Lol $0.40/kWh.

Between my first (fall 2021) and second (March 2022) ownership of a Y... I've seen up to 50% inflation in charging costs. Tesla inflation baby!

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I'm expecting $0.50/kWh to be the norm by 2023. EA is basically a "compliance" network so they don't care if they are profitable or not.
 

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Lol $0.40/kWh.

Between my first (fall 2021) and second (March 2022) ownership of a Y... I've seen up to 50% inflation in charging costs. Tesla inflation baby!

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I'm expecting $0.50/kWh to be the norm by 2023. EA is basically a "compliance" network so they don't care if they are profitable or not.
Wow I always thought Tesla superchargers were cheaper than EA. I guess I shouldn’t have believed the Tesla fanboys claims. Those are some steep prices!

 

 
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