Tesla Superchargers Per Capita, 200-Mile GM Electric Car… (EV News)

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Tesla spokesman Simon Sproule has gone back to Aston Martin. Wait, isn’t Elon Musk Tesla’s dedicated spokesman? (TeslaMondo)

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GM has confirmed that it is working on a 200-mile all-electric car. (EV Obsession)

The BMW i3 is getting a sporty new body kit. Me likey. (GAS2)

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7 thoughts on “Tesla Superchargers Per Capita, 200-Mile GM Electric Car… (EV News)

  • For now, very few, about one tenth of a per cent would bother about the per capita data on Tesla’s superchargers. The data that will appeal only to EV owners but not convince the vast majority one bit. A large vast majority, 99.9% of the registered vehicles are not plug-ins. There are about 254,000+ plug-ins out of the 254+ million registered vehicles out there in the US and not all of the 254,000+ plug-ins are Tesla Super Charger compatible. Are there news about EV manufacturers making their cars compatible with Tesla’s superchargers?

    • The ‘vast majority’ need to wake up and free themselves from being addicted to the gasoline from the oil companies. It is quite liberating to break free and not pay for gasoline.

      There are no other cars besides the Model S that can use the Tesla supercharger network. However, Tesla has said they are willing to license the right to use the supercharger network to other car companies. If I were building a long-range EV (like the 200 mile GM car), I would sign up for such a license from Tesla.

  • The 200 mile range GM car is exciting news. I look forward to learning more about it. I’m glad to see someone finally decide to compete with Tesla in the higher range EV market.

    • Yeah, *very* exciting. Basically between this, a long-range & still affordable LEAF, and the Model III, as far as I can tell.

  • It good news from GM, but I don’t think the Chevy Sonic is competing against the Model 3.
    Elon has stated the Model 3 would be compete against the bmw 3 series.

  • I just took a look at the vehicle shown in the link about the 200 mile Chevrolet EV. It certainly appears very SMALL. My money is on Nissan coming through with that 200 mile version of the Leaf in a price range middle class Americans can afford

    • That’s just a Chevy Spark EV. We don’t have any images of the potential long-range Chevy model yet.

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