Could someone familiar with the area say whether the location of the trailer actually corresponds to the site that's the subject of this thread? Like is it on the same property?
I didn’t have time to investigate, but that’s my guess.I didn’t see any grid connection, and I didn’t hear any generators from where I was standing. I suppose they will just swap the trailer with a freshly charged one when it gets low.Is this just a battery on wheels? Or also wired to the grid? Anyone have a closer pic to share?
this morning says temporary on supercharger.info and 6 for 72kwh - wondering if they've got something up and running as a band-aid for now since Del Mar Heights closed
Pretty sure this is a temporary set of chargers Tesla will bring on weekends. They have done this at various locations (particularly So Cal). Likely, the location of the big rig is the future site of the permanent V3 chargers (ie behind the Vons). Both of these developments are related to the closure of the Del Mar / One Paseo chargers.
I live walking distance to these - ask me questions and I’ll scope out answers
Probably drive an original Hummer and don't have the first clue about marketing and driving customer traffic. I do think they'll eventually regret this retrograde decision. The other locations in Carmel Valley area getting Superchargers soon will certainly benefit with more business!One Paseo ownership was upset that Teslas were taking up parking spots in the parking structure
Reason for closing: One Paseo ownership was upset that Teslas were taking up parking spots in the parking structure.