Excellent selling point; no privacy!
At this time you risk not being in, and having to chase it on the way up if a catalyst occurs.
I'm sure most of that capacity is from large factory rooftops and acre sized installations, not small home roofs. In urban environments, where most people live, there isn't enough square footage to support the capacity needed for individual charging stations. That means there is a limited market for the Musk model.
Is it the need for economies in distribution of Canadian oil? Will TRN be part of the "pin action"?
My point was why would someone feel compelled to buy a Tesla brick over any of the others made by the industrial giants or their partners?
The Tesla cars have it, a commodity "brick" in the basement won't.
Capital outlays, FINANCING?