Alright, can someone explain to me why Tesla (and other EV manufacturers) elect to use batteries vs. Super Capacitors? The appeal I see to supercaps is that there is no change in lifestyle to use them, assuming comparable range. Show up to the electric station, plug in, charge up for 1-5 minutes and you're on your way, much like normal fuel. While I understand that batteries have superior energy density currently, with the amount of money Tesla has poured into battery research, surely if that instead were put into super capacitor research they would be nearly equivalent in capability? I'm sure I'm making wildly incorrect assumptions, so please educate me so I can put my mind at ease.