So it seems that the European charging flyer (posted on TMC a while ago) mentions that (I guess at least in Europe) "later this year" a CHAdeMO adapter will be available for the Model S.
I wonder if that would work for cars that aren't SuperCharger enabled. My understanding is that enabling the SuperCharger is purely a configuration change and requires no physical change in the car, so is the $2000/$2500 just for the use of the SuperCharger stations, or is Tesla going to restrict access to other fast DC charging stations as well?
I realize that most likely no one who knows the factual answer to this question is likely to respond here, so go ahead, speculate :-)
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