As we can assume sitting in your car for 40 minutes waiting for it to charge up is not a fun or immersive thing to do. With the presence of the Starlink super-fast internet connection, drivers will get the chance to spend their time reading an interesting article or watching a movie. You can also buy yourself a $10 monthly subscription for taking advantage of Tesla built-in entertainment apps, such as Netflix, Spotify, Hulu and YouTube
There are also rumours that this is one of the first steps to Elon’s plan. His idea is to open Tesla Superchargers to other EV’s from different companies. That move would massively increase their annual revenue from charging from $1 billion to $25 billion. If Superchargers were made available to everyone, considering not only the speed of the charging but also free Starlink WI-FI it might make other EV users choose Tesla chargers over its biggest competitors, like EVgo or ChargePoint.
As for now, SpaceX launched nearly 1900 Starlink satellites intending to deliver WI-FI access to the remotest parts of our planet. All that is left for us to do is to wait for the results.