After seeing those allegations, one of Tesla’s executives went on Twitter to state his true opinion.
The image of Ford-brand charging points at one of Ford’s dealerships in Dover, Delaware (see PlugShare) has sparked controversy, as its design reminds us of Tesla Supercharging stalls.
At first glance, one might think the Ford is a “Supercharger,” but it’s not. It’s not a load, as the AC Level 2 costs (usually a lot, up to 19.2 kW of electricity).
Tesla Superchargers are DC superchargers, which – according to the specifications – can deliver up to 250 kW of power.
Some have also noticed everything about the design, as the Level 2 charging point does not require air, like DC fast chargers.
Ford currently isn’t building its own payroll systems, but relies on big things. The whole thing is more interesting than trying to apply Tesla’s design to its own network.
Only time will tell what kind of style Ford will use in the future, if it really happens to grow the big four. ‘ atauina ai.
With the recent push in electricity – 600,000 BEVs a year by the end of 2023 – and the prospect of becoming the #2 BEV manufacturer in the industry United States in two years, maybe Ford should also introduce an in -house communication system?