We have a model 3 performance and a new model S performance on the way very soon. I am on a time of use rate plan with my cheapest rates only from 12am to 6am daily. That leaves us with only 6 hours to charge 2 Tesla’s overnight. We have installed 2 separate dedicated 50amp circuits (one for each car) each with their own NEMA 14-50 plug. The main circuit to the house is only 100 amps. When I look at the model 3 charging screen, it shows a max of 32amps when plugged into a 50 amp circuit. Does the model S also max out at 32 amps when using the included mobile charging connector? So if both Tesla’s were charging simultaneously, it would be 32a + 32a = 64a total coming off my main circuit, correct? Am I missing anything here? I’ve run some rough numbers, and based on our individual commutes, and a 32a charging speed. Our new model S will need approx 4 hours to recharge each night and my model 3 will only need 2 hours because my commute is only 1/2 as long. Should I schedule charging so the model S charges from 12am to 4am and the model 3 charges from 4am to 6am? Or should I just set the model 3 charge speed down to 16amps and let both cars start charging simultaneously at 12am? Which would be optimal?