Tesla is fascinating, in the US it has its own chargers and with an adapter, owners can charge through CHAdeMO
but in Europe/ROW, it now has a dual cable to allow access to CCS. So obviously, there's more to this behind the scenes.
I'm thinking CCS will become more popular, it's already the standard in Europe and it looks like maybe
manufacturers may revisit the arrangement with Tesla that they knocked back a few years ago.
There's still a lot of ifs and buts in this, people need to be able to charge without dozens of adapter leads.
Ford only got $300M for the heavy trucks, they spent a lot more than that on Volvo and Land Rover.
Interesting, Volvo used the money they got from selling their passenger car business to Ford to buy Renault's truck business, which included Mack...…..
This has nothing to do with the US. Similar to how some countries require APPLE to ship with a micro-USB adapter, some countries are requiring EVs to use CCS. Model3 in the US use the same plug as the S/X.