I wouldn't say that us buying an i4 is contingent on Tesla rolling out Magic Dock chargers nationwide, but it couldn't hurtI'm really disappointed Tesla hasn't rolled out the conversion faster. Most of the Tesla SC stations in the upper Midwest are typically empty. Telsa is giving up a huge amount of potential revenue as those stations sit unutilized.
(We also have a Rivian R1S on reservation - again, it would be nice)
The current chit-chat is the limited deployment in CA and NY is for testing (112 stalls at 11 stations), you know, app, durability, general ease-of-use, but that the bulk of the deployment when (if ...) they go into full production on this plan, will be done with the new V4 SuCs that have longer cables (and I'd hope, accommodate charging port locations better via more "split" type parking).
The plan / promise is supposed to be 3500 stalls by the end of 2024. I'm certainly in wait-and-see-and-won't-be-surprised-by-anything-Musk-does mode
I planned on my first post being more of an intro type thing, hahaha, I'll still do that, short version: currently own a '21 M3P and a '21 Wrangler 4xe, love the convenience and cost of home charging, long time car enthusiast, owned Vettes, 3 BMWs, all sorts of tuned vehicles, convertibles, you name it. When the lease ends on the Tesla mid-2024, if we decide on another sedan, it will definitely be an i4 (unless we go dual SUVs, also an option, but most definitely 2 of BEV/PHEV in some mix).