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My dad does. Daily. More than that and that’s the reason why he doesn’t have electric car yet. Tho he can’t afford Tesla but could easily lease Audi e tron or any car in that price range but due to the fact the he has not time to charge the car even for 30 minutes he won’t buy it
Can you charge your non-Tesla car at a Tesla charging station? No. At least not now, and there is only a small chance that this will happen soon, at least with the proprietary Tesla plug in US and Canada. In order to use it, the car would have to identify itself to the charger, have a Tesla account and communicate to the charger using Tesla’s protocol to make the charger switch on and charge the car. Tesla made this as an offer to other manufacturers (which would also have to participate at the cost of maintaining and upgrading the network) many years ago, but no other company wanted to participate. They are building alternative charging networks, mostly using the CCS standard, but they are several years behind Tesla. To answer your question: no, Audi e-Tron, Jaguar i-Pace, Hyundai Kona, Kia e-Niro, Nissan Leaf, Porsche Taycan or Ford Mustang Mach-E (to name some of the competitors) aren’t (and won’t) be able to charge at Tesla’s Superchargers. They will have to use an alternative network, main disadvantages being less of them, less chargers at each location and not knowing whether they are occupied (or even working). At least for now and the near future (meaning, a few years).
As someone who isn’t a Tesla owner, BUT is on the search for a new daily driver and have tested out extensively Tesla. I would say…YES ABSOLUTLY. BUT it depends. I won’t buy any electric Kia or entry-level family car (Model 3) because for that price I would be happy to buy a performance vehicle or save it for something better in terms of quality and design. However, because of my lifestyle and the fact that I drive 1) very few miles and distance 2) always against the traffic flow. 3) Single and don’t need to do any family thing I could easily own a sport car or even a supercar as my daily driver with no problem. But, I could easily own an electric car too. As someone who grew up with more upscale vehicle, when I drove and tested out Tesla, I expected that it would blow my brain off because of how advance it suppose to be or it is. I was impressed, but not too impress either. I have to say that I could see why someone would easily buy another brand that isn’t Tesla: Shit quality (the biggest reason actually and something that people who have and actually appreciate luxury vehicle will understand). Ahem I remember when Tesla used to have good interior with a lot of option like any luxury car. Now, because of underproduction and high-demand they have eliminated many options, which is a major drawback for many people who are used to luxury cars. Before and After: “Vegan Leather”- okay personally, I think this should just be an option or at least offer consumer to have full and real leather. But wait they can’t. Cause of production problem. Like its still fake leather and its the same shit that most other car brands even the most cheapest one offer. Panels and attention to details is very very low. Some people, like me, appreciate and have an eye for every single components a car has and how its made and the quality. NO PREVIOUS LUXURY CAR OWNER WANT TO BE TOLD THAT “PLEASE CHECK YOUR CAR IF ANY PANELS OR PAINT IS BAD”. WE DONT EXPECT THAT. Interior design (very important if you are used to luxury vehicle) In the case of the Model 3/Y. I don’t like how simple it is, especially for the price. Like it doesn’t even have a front gauge cluster, just a big screen in the middle. It has its appeal for some people, but personally I don’t like it that much due to that fact that I like to go fast and be able to read easily without taking my eyes from the front view. Personally, I like to have some tiny details and focus on details, such as buttons and trims parts. Or thing you never notice (like the rim of a cupholder being made out of aluminum instead of plastic). Exterior design (subjective, but understandable). Model Y/3 look like a fucking frog. It isn’t beautiful at all. In addition to that, for some people it could be too quirky and not subtle. Warranty Tesla doesn’t have the best warranty for an electric car. That honors goes to Jaguar. Performance When it comes to taking it to the track or going in corners. Some people like a nimble steering and feel. Suspensions and driving I’m going to be honest but the suspension was not the best I ever driven. Lack of customization and real luxury (a big blow to Tesla) Tesla only offer 5 colors (white, black, midnight grey, blue, and red), two rims, two interior option (three for Model S/X), No sunroof option, No ambient lights, No 3D camera compared to BMW, Audi and MB, No special order request or individual premium, no personalization or changes to badges, and other things. You get it Tesla are not luxurious due to the fact that they are more catered now to the mass. Its not bad, but they have done it in a way that compromise their luxury touch for those who are used to luxury car and to the original buyers of Tesla’s. When it comes to their model as someone who is used to luxury cars, Model 3/Y personally is less luxury as more of an economy or just premium car. But not luxury. I say this because the Model Y/3 is often compared to traditional luxury car brand by car journalist due to the price. In my opinion, within Tesla, the best in my opinion is Model S/X cause its their flagship to start with. However, they have lowered their quality and their customization possibility. Now which electric car would I buy, that isn’t Tesla? Well here’s my list: Audi E-Tron Look at that beauty. I drove this SUV. For people who are transition from petrol to electric, I would say Audi is definitely the winner. Quality? Go to the dealership see one sit in one and see the difference. Its immediate. They have two body style: Sportback Normal For those who care about rear visibility and practicality its easy to guess why Audi E-tron Normal is a great choice compared to let say a Model Y. Now lets see the option they have: Oh wait. We see that they have over 5 colors! Wow! ALSO THEY HAVE INTERIOR AMBIENT LIGHT. So whats the con of this SUV?: Well to start with the price jumps super fast (German characteristic) and for the fully packed version of it, One could buy a Model S/X. Audi E-Tron GT The only problem with this car is that its slighty cheaper than the Taycan. WTF!? I want it to be the same price as the Model S or cheaper. Porsche Taycan (honestly my favourite of all the electric cars) Hey They even offer a Station Wagon version! Now this one is my favorite. Beside the performance, it offer such a great handling. I would argue even better than Tesla when it comes to corners. This is just the tip of the ice-berg on Porsche options, as Porsche have soo many options. Now the only thing I don’t like about this car is that, well they charge me for every single detail of this car, when other brand such as Tesla and even Audi comes standard. However, if you (like me), likes very very simple Porsche and want an electric car that is soo simple that it actually feels more traditional than a high-tech electric car. Configure it to the cheapest option and buy this. Jaguar I-Pace Another good contender. Its very elegant, excellent built quality (more impressive given that its a Jaguar) and also has a superior warranty over Tesla in many ways. There are many other that I won’t be mentioning that are coming in the future, but I haven’t driven or sat at it yet. Given that the US will come late in terms of Electric car model compared to Europe, there’s very few options currently. However, I think Tesla are just very weird (in a good and bad way) and that could deter people from buying one cause theirs a lot of people that like things their used to already. [EDIT] As you can see clearly I am more of a Model S/X person and I personally want something that is more close to that. For those people who argue “Tesla is a revolutionary car company ya, uuu Tesla is not trying to be luxurious, ooo u buy a Tesla for its tech.” Please understand I don’t care about the miles. Its my money and clearly for does who aren’t car people then obviously tech will be seen more of a lux. As you can see, being affordable is something that I really don’t care. What I care is “good and reasonable price”, and performance and quality overall. In summary, a well balance and well rounded car. Very german in my own opinion. I am not willing to pay over $100k or over $95k on an electric car too easily because I could get a Porsche 911 or something like that.
If you have cash to burn and are in for an experiment, yes!!! Otherwise I would wait a while.. why? There is very little detail on “real use”.. There is already one thing I don’t like about the car and that is that it has only a single phase charging option for “slow charging”.. my bmw i3 has the same but my car is from 2014 and only has a 20kwh battery.. I can charge my i3 every night while I sleep and is nicely preheated when I drive off.. If you drive that many miles that your 80% thru the battery “one nightsleep” won’t top-off your etron and that could be an inconvenience.. Ofcourse there are ways to make this work, but that means you have to put in extra effort.. It all depends on your specific use case.. because if you only drive 10miles a day the comment above can be ignored.. ✌ But if you are willing to be an early adopter buy it.. edit:2020 It turns out the Etron has 11kW 3phase “slow” charging..
Electric car market isn’t growing as much in India as other countries because of two primary reasons - 1. Cost 2. Lack of infrastructure Cost Currently electric cars cost about twice than their ICE counterparts and India is a price sensitive market. Although over the course of ownership (let’s say 10+years), electric cars will be much cheaper than ICE cars but initial cost of investment is too high and Indians don’t necessarily foresee long term monetary gains and focus primarily on what’s visible in front of them. Lack of infrastructure New cars are first adopted by urban dwellers and majority of urban dwellers live in apartments with currently no means of installing a charger. Some housing colonies don’t even allow owners to install a charger on their parking space. Some apartments who do allow, lack space to do so. Although companies are setting up charging networks, it’s very convenient in my opinion to visit charging stations every week and wait for an hour or so to charge your vehicle and that is only if you have fast chargers available. If the fast chargers aren’t available, then I don’t think people will wait 5–6hrs every week in order to charge their vehicles. It will be terrible waste of time. Other factors such as range anxiety, fear of battery costs too deter people from buying electric cars. One other factor is that auto companies and car dealers don’t like electric cars at all. Reason ? Electric cars are more reliable and need very few repairs over the years. To give you a perspective, a drive-train for an ICE car has roughly 2000+ moving parts whereas an EV just has 20.  Plus, electric cars hamper their chances of getting commissions from lubricant industry via engine-oils, gear-oils and other such stuff. So you won’t be seeing companies enthusiastically working on EV’s and neither you’ll see dealers enthusiastically keen on selling them in India. India desperately need Tesla who single handedly changed the entire EV scenario in the world. Big automakers who were rather not so enthusiastic on making electric cars were forced to embrace the electrification because of Tesla. Ford launched Mustang Mach-E [Source: https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/2021/ (https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/2021/ )] BMW’s working on their new long range electric vehicle i4 [Source: BMW’s electric i4 sedan finally shown off in concept form (BMW’s electric i4 sedan finally shown off in concept form )] Audi’s new gen eTron will be ready by 2021 [Source: New Audi e-Tron Launch Edition REVEALED - Price, specs, and electric car range (New Audi e-Tron Launch Edition REVEALED - Price, specs, and electric car range ) ] India needs something like Tesla (or Tesla itself) to captivate people’s mind and kickstart EV adoption in the country. Footnotes  SAP BrandVoice: Seven Reasons Why The Internal Combustion Engine Is A Dead Man Walking [Updated]
They will. They have earned their position as one of the major automakers going forward by being aggressive in their pursuit of electric mobility and even more importantly, as the current legacy automakers are figuring out now, in battery development and manufacturing. I did an analysis a few years ago about the lead that Tesla had in various areas: batteries (cost and technology); electric drivetrains (cost, performance, range); manufacturing (cost and capacity); charging (network availability); autonomy; technology (including software); sales network; service network. In some areas they were behind (but aggressively trying to catch up). In fact they still are behind in some of those areas. But in other areas they were ahead. On the whole I put them about 4–5 years ahead of other automakers in the EV space at the time. Another few years have passed. What has changed since then? While I won’t re-do my entire analysis here (although I should update it), I’ve seen continued progress on Tesla’s part, not only in the areas that they were behind, but they’ve even pushed their core technologies forward. What has the rest of the legacy industry done? Not really a whole lot. Audi e-tron; VW id.3 (still not technically out yet); Jaguary i-Pace; Porsche Taycan; a whole lot of concept cars and a few announcements of cars that may make it out in the next year or two: Ford Mustang Mach-e; GM electric Hummer; now the BMW i4. Frankly a whole lot of talk and not much to show for it. We could go all the way back to 2012 when Audi starting touting their e-tron. What’s taken them so long? Oh, that’s right…shifting from internal combustion to electric is not easy! Tesla showed us that by all the trials and tribulations they’ve gone through. But they’ve crossed that hump and now are showing us that they can execute at a rapid pace (Shanghai Gigafactory and Model Y). The rest of the industry talked about 2018, then 2019, then 2020 as the year they were going to be releasing all kinds of electric vehicles. Where are they? GM originally stated that they would have 20 electric models by 2023. In their EV day held on March 4, 2020 all they really had to show for it was an update to their Bolt which will come out later this year and a grand total of 8 models that will be released over the next 2 years. I get it. The legacy auto industry has obligations to their shareholders, who are always focused on one quarter out, whereas transitioning their core competencies they’ve had for the past 100 years—internal combustion engines—to electric drivetrains is going to be a massive undertaking, one that will likely cost billions over several years, deeply cutting into their profits and shareholder dividends. And once they do come out with compelling electric models, it will instantly render their entire fleet of internal combustion engine vehicles obsolete. It’s a horrible position they find themselves in, versus Tesla that didn’t have those constraints. So the industry has let Tesla amass a lead that by my reckoning is now at least 6 years ahead of the industry, and outpacing it. They are now past the point where they are competing in the EV market and are now competing against the legacy ICE market, and winning. And they are the only company operating in China that is not under a joint development agreement with a Chinese company. The Chinese love Tesla, and the Chinese market is huge (albeit, it did have a very rough end to 2019, and 2020 is off to a rough start thanks to COVID-19). I am positive that Tesla has cemented themselves as one of the large automakers in the future. They may not rise all the way to the top (let’s be honest, the likes of Toyota and VW do have tremendous resources at their disposal), but they will displace quite a few automakers as they expand.
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