When Elon launched the Superchargers he said they were "free for life". To me this meant free for as long as the car was on the road. This could mean twenty or thirty years. Essentially Elon's boast was that you would never have to pay to use a supercharger. He didn't say anything about "free for the life of the Model S" did he? It's certainly not what I heard. Now I notice that the FAQs state; "free for the life of Model S". This is a completely different thing. The life of any given model of car is likely to be much shorter than the useful life of a particular car. That's why you still see a lot of older model cars on the roads. Anyone who saw the launch of the Superchargers would have thought that they'd get free Supercharger electricity for as long as they had their car. It's what Elon said and he should stick to it. If the Model S is discontinued in say 5 years and they launch a Model T, or whatever, a lot of Model S owners are going to be pretty surprised and disappointed if their "free" Supercharger deal ends. I don't own a Model S, unfortunately, and haven't seen the terms of Supercharger use but I think there's an issue here that should be clarified at least. The public announcements don't seem to match the latest FAQs.