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Old 11-07-2021, 05:54 AM
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Correct. That’s my point. It was $781 a month ago.

And idiot me telling people to buy it 3 years ago at $60 and not buying any myself. Ugh…


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Buy now and watch the price plummet

Overvalued? Most definitely.

Will it plummet? Doubt it. It will drop at some point, but I’m sure it will go right back up and higher.

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Overvalued? Most definitely.

Will it plummet? Doubt it. It will drop at some point, but I’m sure it will go right back up and higher.

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Tempted, but no thanks.

Just that once people realise fast-charging of electic cars will be very expensive, they change their mind abour the technology.

For example here in Finland 8 minute fast charge for 80km range costs 300 euros. Totally insane. You would be better off booking a hotel room and let it charge overnight. Of course, not very practical.

So sorry you didn't buy at 60, now would be good time to cash it out.
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For example here in Finland 8 minute fast charge for 80km range costs 300 euros. Totally insane. You would be better off booking a hotel room and let it charge overnight. Of course, not very practical.
W T actual F? How is that a thing?

You bring up an interesting point that I have been discussing with my father. We live in Australia, but our extended family are all in Rome Italy. For us here, charging a car at home is no problem. We all have houses with garages etc. We were scratching our head as to how that is possible in Europe. Everyone lives in apartments and cars are parked on roads. How on Earth do you charge these things outside of charging stations?

I guess on the flip side, we have the other problem over here, in that our country is so large that trying to drive anywhere and recharge during the trip is impossible… at least at the moment. Inner city - no issue. Driving into the regions - bit of a challenge.

Anyhoo. Enough derailing of the thread.


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