One boss from a competitor manufacturer isn't using the renowned charging technology used by Tesla while automaker after automaker does.

The Tesla charger was mentioned by Cowen analyst Gabriel Daoud, who said: "It's just a plug."

In an interview, Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson echoed those same comments.

According to statements made by Ford, GM, Volvo, Rivian, and others, they'll soon offer support for Tesla's North American Charging Standard.

Tesla has had a competitive advantage for a while because to its exclusive Supercharger network.

However, Elon Musk is also offering other EV companies access to the wealth of these benefits.

Rawlinson from Lucid had first-hand knowledge of how the NACS connector was made.

It's interesting to note that Musk claimed Rawlinson was never Tesla's chief engineer.