Tesla's most popular vehicles were way below $50K ($35K - $45K).....
Before EV's are the only vehicles being sold, we need more affordable cars with better range, and a better charging network. We can't just tell people that they either get a car with no range or they have to spend $50,000+ on a vehicle that gets them the range they need. Also Tesla can't be the only option for people who need a better charging network. 4 years might be enough time for the big companies to catch up, but smaller companies won't even be able to begin converting until these things are already in place.
There are other decent EVs by other brands that are $35K or less.
If Federal incentives are re-instated some will have net costs close to $25K.
Even without incentives some go on sale for less than $30K
Hyundai Ioniq Electric
Kia Niro EV
The lack of decent non-Tesla DC fast charging network is 1,000% because of foot dragging by GM, Ford, VW, Toyota. What used to be the tiny Tesla company with much less money than GM or Ford or VW or Toyota did it years ago. GM, Ford, VW, Toyota should not be give a pass on this failure.