Nissan and BMW, two of Tesla’s main competitors, are keen on talks with the US carmaker to co-operate on charging networks, sources at the three companies told the Financial Times.

Problem: As far as I can tell, not one Nissan or BMW can make it the 100 or so miles between Tesla superchargers so hold your nose cause here goes the cold water.

Agreeing on a DC quick-charging standard does, as Tesla CEO Elon Musk says, “lift all [electric] boats”

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