Ah no I know it’s technically possible to swap the batteries, I just don’t think there’s any future in it, in-fact there was an article only over the weekend on some of the battery swap out facilities in the US that are now defunct. There’s just no need for it, battery densities are increasing 5%-10% per year and for the vast majority of use-cases are already sufficient.And doing even a bit more reading, of the same article, answers your question :-
" Instead of a vast network of charging points, all that is necessary are stores where cells can be swapped, just as people already swap propane gas bottles.
Swapping a battery, says Jackson, takes about 90 seconds.
He and Corcoran say they are in 'advanced discussions' with two major supermarket chains to provide this facility. "
I plug my car in at night and it’s full and ready to go every morning, no more hassle than my phone. The incentive to move to a system where I’d have to visit somewhere for a battery swap out every few days is just non-existent. Could be an interesting scenario for vehicles that need to go long distances with short charging windows, like trucks maybe? But sending the battery pack off to be stripped and recycled at each recharge to me makes this pure our-in-the-sky stuff.