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Although it may supercharge now, Tesla have a habit of terminating that ability for insurance write offs down the line according to salvage YouTubers. I’d be interested to see with a European model 3 if they did that would it nerf it’s ability to use a non Tesla DC CCS charger? From what I can gather in the US with Model S it’s blanket due to the unique older charging socket (although maybe I’m wrong on that, but can’t recall seeing anyone try using a chademo connector on one, but that may have applied the video narrative). For a couple of grand more there was a non-Cat S car for sale yesterday and loosing SC capability really hurts the USP of the Model 3, when you could have a second hand e-Niro for less money, with 5 years warranty left on it
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