7 major automakers commit to charging network that will "rival Tesla's"
General Motors. Honda. Hyundai and its rapidly-growing economy affiliate, Kia. Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Stellantis. It's like the auto industry just formed a Justice League—and Tesla is Lex Luthor.
The seven automakers listed above announced the planned formation of a new company designated to build a vast electric vehicle charging network in the United States, designed to take advantage of subsidies offered by the current U.S. government and "rival" the behemoth Tesla's current network, which dominates the market.
While there's no primary source yet for the announcement (or a name for the company)—as it was only announced via major news outlets—preliminary details project around 30,000 charging stations spread across the country.