Since electric automobiles began to gain popularity, the infrastructure for charging them has always been a problem.
One might even argue that Tesla's extensive Supercharging network is what helped the firm gain popularity.
When arranging cross-country travels, Tesla owners now feel more secure thanks to this
The Superchargers' convenience and usability are without a doubt a Tesla genius move
The EV behemoth's own hardware and software integration has enabled a smooth supercharging experience
Of course, not all automakers support the use of Tesla's charging system.
In an intriguing turn of events, Ford and GM have now decided to include Tesla-style charging connectors
For EV owners in the North American subcontinent, the alliance of the Detroit powerhouses
the promotion of Tesla's NACS (North American Charging Standard) design over the international
However, it looks that Tesla's competitive edge is in jeopardy with the move.
What was previously the pinnacle of a flawless Tesla experience is now shared with its domestic rivals
The main issue, though, is what will become of the CCS system. Will NACS control the EV
Tesla operates around 45,000 Superchargers in over 4,400 stations worldwide.
In North America alone, Tesla has close to 2,000 Supercharger stations, with more than 17,000 chargers.