It must be a metric thing*, because Canadian Teslas are limited to 32A on the mobile connector while Americans get 40A (don't know about the rest of the world). * Sarcasm What I'm wondering... does anyone know if it is the charger that is limited to 32A? Or the car's programming? If the charger, then I should be able to buy an American charger and bring it home and charge at 40A (I want a 2nd one anyway). If the car, then I'm S.O.L. What really sucks is that I found out about this limitation after buying the materials for the charge port install. Had I known it would be limited to 32A then I could have ignored Tesla's recommendation about super-expensive-and-heavy-and-hard-to-work-with 6 AWG wire (rated for 55A) and more expensive 50A breaker and instead used 8 AWG (40A rating) and a 40A breaker. Since going through that, I'd rather get the extra 8A, tyvm.