I know, nothing is known yet, but just thinking about this. For the US and some other markets Tesla created their own connector, but the EU and other markets use a modified Type 2 charging port. With that in mind, it could be possible that Tesla modifies the chargeport in such a way that it accepts: - 22kW 3-phase AC - 50kW CCS - 120kW SuperCharging That way a users would never have to haul adapters with, just plug and play. The US chargeport is a different story though, since they can't simple give Model 3 a non-compatible chargeport, but a second port with just CCS would be possible. I personally don't like the idea of adapters. I think they are unsafe and not easy to work with.