Tesla launched a new home charging station in the U.S that can be simply plugged into the wall. Previous Tesla charging systems needed to be hardwired into the homes electrical system by an electrician.
The new system can be inserted into a NEMA 14-50 plug, the most common domestic high-voltage plug found in U.S homes.
The new system offers up to 40 amps. “Provides 40 amps (9.6kW) of power for all Model S, Model X, and Model 3 Long Range vehicles. Model 3 Mid Range and Standard Range vehicles will charge at 32 amps when using the 14-50 Wall Connector,” says the Tesla website.