Nissan and BMW to join Tesla's plans for developing gas stations

    At least these two auto giants are interested in inviting Elon Musk to participate in the development of a network of electric car charging stations, according to the Financial Times.

    The publication draws attention to the fact that all three companies are the world's largest manufacturers of electric cars. This means that the chances that the configuration of the gas supply networks of the future will correspond exactly to the vision of Mask have greatly increased: I remind you that the prerequisite for partnership is the preservation of the existing principle of “bought a car - refuel for life all free” and a reasonable contribution to the cost of expanding the network Tesla Supercharger.

    Novaya Gazeta writes that Tesla Motors (TSLA) shares on US exchanges soared from $ 204 to $ 219 apiece.

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