CCS-1 to Tesla shown to work

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  1. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web BMW i3 and Model 3

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    I don't understand. Why would I care about this?
     
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    bwilson4web BMW i3 and Model 3

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    You'd mentioned Southeast New Mexico getting a bunch of CCS-1 fast DC chargers. This technology opens up Teslas for that area in addition to the existing L2 networks.

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    Okay, but I'm not interested in Tesla vehicles. They don't make a vehicle that interests me in the slightest because of their lack of dashboards and HUDs and because of their outrageous prices plus I don't like the way Elon has behaved during the pandemic. A Tesla isn't the last EV I'd buy, but pretty close. My list looks more like:

    Ioniq5
    EV6
    BZ4x
    Bolt EUV
    Bolt EV
    ID4
    Leaf Plus
    Kona EV
    Niro EV
    Mach-e
    Model Y
    eTron
     
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    bwilson4web BMW i3 and Model 3

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    No problem as these are vehicle specific requirements.

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    There's no Tesla with a HUD and the Model Y has no dash and a base price of about $60,000 right now.

    The Ioniq 5 looks to be in the low 30s with existing tax credits and it does have a HUD.
     
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    Sorry, $62,000 if you want a color other than white.
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    Trollbait It's a D&D thing

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    Ah, the price of success.
     
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    And high profit margins. As for the honorable competition, they have their own problems.

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    bwilson4web BMW i3 and Model 3

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    Thanks, I was wondering how they faired in the EPA vehicle list:
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    Ioniq5      (N/A)
    EV6         (N/A)
    BZ4x        (N/A)
    Bolt EUV    (28 kWh/100 mi)
    Bolt EV     (29 kWh/100 mi)
    ID4         (34 kWh/100 mi)
    Leaf Plus   (30 kWh/100 mi)
    Kona EV     (28 kWh/100 mi)
    Niro EV     (30 kWh/100 mi)
    Mach-e      (34 kWh/100 mi)
    Model Y     (26 kWh/100 mi)
    eTron       (36 kWh/100 mi)
    
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