I saw the same, and honestly, it makes sense. If you have a V2H system and a 300 mile real world range, you really don't need Level 2 any more...with the exception of overnight destination chargers for longer trips.
Its a bit more expensive, but it's not to hard to think of hotels moving from Level 2 destination chargers to V2H systems which actually give them power fail over from their guests and maybe a perk with the power companies.
Nissan does need another manufacturer (beyond Mitsubishi Outlander) to release with Chademo (My thought was that it would come from China, but they have slowed down their plans in coming to the US) to push to the higher power backward compatible Chademo 3 (ChaoJi).
The car companies in general desperately don't want to change their business model, but Tesla is forcing it. It is going to take some real leadership to change that culture...or become dinosaurs. There is still time... say a year or 18 months for them to change.. If it takes longer then that, Tesla moves from 2-3% market share to 10%...and it will quickly become game over for many of the brands we know today. They have had 10 years to change, so maybe its for the better.
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