... Given that the inductive paddle called Magnecharger on EV1 and RAV4 EV probably added about $5,000 of cost to them, including the charger, I'd guess thatjeffreychan
I'd certainly argue that wireless charging is not, in fact, a "necessity"; clearly that is not the case as evidenced by all the EV's w/o it. This is effectilyjterrry
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