Tesla’s biggest advantage over its competitors isn’t its sleek new Model 3, or even its two previous electric cars. Rather, the company’s supercharger network that has been slowly making its way across the country, will keep Tesla on top. “There has been a flurry of OEM announcements regarding accelerating electric vehicle introductions, but most offer little detail on charging and battery manufacturing strategy,” Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said in a note Tuesday morning. “We see Tesla’s rapidly growing infrastructure footprint as a key differentiator.” The bank raised its price target for Tesla shares to $379 from $317 — 7.92% above where the stock was trading Tuesday morning. Les mer her