.....If this is correct surely my car and others with free supercharging will increase in value and cars without will lose value EVEN faster than a Tesla already does. I bought my 30000 mile P85 model S for £58k 6 months ago (realistic price) but that was some £40k less than when it was new and to trade now it is only worth about £40k (still retails at £52kish!!) This represents a HUGE loss in value that probably outweighs any savings I have or will make over the lifetime of my car - the ONLY way it retains any value is by me NOT selling it which is ok as I love the car but it means that buying a TESLA will never ever represent value for money especially as free supercharging is supposedly ending on January 31st 2018. I suspect the Tesla sales model will become a poor one when there is real competition for EVS in a year or two - it is surely time Tesla priced its cars properly and stopped ripping customers off - a Model S75 is not worth any more than say £50,000 new now I reckon so they are £30k over priced - personally I see no reason now to buy a new Tesla as the "old" ones have free super charging and are like new anyway. The PCP model across the Industry beggars belief when you look at the HUGE losses for anyone using it. Interesting times ahead but Tesla need to be VERY careful about pricing etc.