There is a pic on the Aptera website (also below) showing the car being plugged in to what is clearly a Tesla socket. It seems an odd choice, seeing as all the other automakers use J1772 for AC charging and CCS 2 for DC fast-charging and that to actually use it and (maybe) have access to the Tesla Supercharger network. So, it seems natural to ask the question, is Aptera teaming with Tesla? And it's not just the charging connector. Aptera has said they will use 2170 cells and I understand there was some talk of sub-manufacturing in Nevada. Nevada, and this could totally just be a coincidence, is the home of Tesla Gigafactory 1, where they make 2170 cells with Panasonic. Now, the InsideEVs Podcast crew discussed this a bit during the show today. @Tom Moloughney spoke about a call with co-founder Chris Anthony and how it seemed he was getting a non-denial. Here's the podcast video cued to this conversation: So, what do you think? Partners? Also, is there any other Tesla tech you'd like to see in the Aptera?