This entire thread is full of jackasses computing the peak power draw and saying retarded things like "does it come with it's own fusion reactor?".
1. It's not a big deal to supply constant MWs to a relatively small number of charging stations along interstates. Next time you're driving along a highway look up slightly and notice the power wires carrying hundreds of MW's right next to you.
2. You don't have to size the power grid connection to cover peak demand, capacitors and batteries located at the refilling station are good at averaging out the peaks so that you just have to worry about some windowed average demand--and average demand is just not that stressful. Think of it this way, gas stations would also run out of gasoline quickly if they were refilling 8 cars at a time every 5 minutes for the entire day. OMG is the gas station right next to a refinery?!?
3. The vast majority of miles driven are daily commuting miles, which will be covered by low & slow charging at home.
4. Tesla basically does this *already* with their supercharger network. Why is it so hard to grasp this concept?