That's simply amazing how SO MUCH work and money spent in designing and manufacturing what seem to be a great EV vehicle can be tarnished by just a stupid charging dock that could have been a transportable, affordable and convenient cord from day 1.
How is Nissan not seeing that this is tarnishing the whole operation ?
If I were part of the car's R&D teams I would be so upset to see our hard work tarnished by some silly decisions.
So, whose decisions are you complaining about? If I understand correctly, Nissan is providing a transportable cord for 220v charging in Europe. Do you really think that they decided they wanted to discriminate against the US?
I believe Nissan was caught in a box created by US electrical standards. The one bad decision I see them as having made was their agreement with AeroVironment, and I'm sure they are seeing that as clearly as we are, and regretting it deeply.