Tesla have always said that they would be willing to work with other manufacturers to share costs and allow other brands of EVs access to the Supercharger network but so far that has not come to pass. It also occurred to me that Tesla could create another income stream by selling access to the Supercharger network individually to Jaguar iPace, Porsche Taycan and other EV owners with CCS1 or CCS2 charging capabilities. To do this would require Tesla to develop 2 adapters, Tesla US to CCS1 for the USA market and Tesla type 2 to CCS2 for Europe and Asia Pacific. Rather than the car VIN being read the serial number of the adapter would be what is used to authorise charging and this would be linked to a Tesla account the same way a car is currently. I have no special engineering knowledge but I think such a system could be setup if Tesla had to the desire to do it, however what I am more interested is is as a Tesla owner would you welcome this, or not. In Australia where I live the Supercharger network does not seem to be heavily used with the possible exception of the stations located in the cities, which seem to be full of Hire Cars, or what USA folk would call Limo Services. I think this would be a great idea as Tesla could use the income to more quickly expand the Supercharger network however some may fear further congestion at popular Supercharger sites like in California. What do others think?