Graphene supercapacitors got a long way to go. They are ok in the lab and for small charges. More likely, small capacitors will be build for limited apps. First go into cellphones and then larger capacity. Still fast charging will be limited because of the heat generated and the large amount of amps needed. I can see the military use them first.
Tesla future will be decided within 12-24 months at the most. If they can optimize their manufacturing, cut labor costs and supply chain costs significantly, they will survive. So far, they have shown the ability to go from next to nothing to a rate of 80 cars/day.
Demand in spite of hick-ups has been ok. I suspect it will be driven by expansion of the charging network, including the SC, and 50-100 AMP/240V chargers. The SC are expensive at $250,000 per location with 4-6 chargers, not cheap. They will have to focus those in highway in hi BEV traffic, etc. The 50-100 Amp chargers are cheaper to install and other users like Leaf, etc can use them too.
Uhh. Forgot to suggest that Tesla should merge with EEStor. They know even better how to manage fraudulent claims. For those of you who have not yet returned their brains: a good proxy for the things to come for Tesla and how long agony can be delayed.
You must be on drugs. If at all this is the future 20 years from now. Educate yourself before you talk about something you don't understand. You have my personal guarantee that battery cars won't be the future for the next 20 years. But I stick to 20 years because Graphene e.g. could work at some point, but surely not soon enough to save Tesla.