All, I apologize for creating a new thread on this topic as I have found some information on the charging FAQ section and the like, but I’m wondering if someone can tell me straightforward if having a NEMA 6-50R outlet is going to work for a Tesla. My wife and I are having a house built and we elected to have an electric car charger installed. I mistakenly assumed this was going to be a NEMA 14-50 outlet, but it turns out that it is a NEMA 6-50R outlet with a dedicated circuit for the 240 V 50amp NEMA 6-50 outlet. It appears Tesla no longer sells an adapter for this type of outlet and I’ve read a lot of confusing (to me) and worrisome makeshift approaches to getting this to work. I’d rather not endanger my family or risk insurance issues down the line with a makeshift option and I’m curious if anyone has a straightforward answer on if this outlet is essentially useless for a future Tesla owner or if there is a way to make it work safely and effectively. What are my options? Find an adapter that is legit? Have the 6-50R changed to a NEMA 14-50 (I hear this won’t be easy or cheap), others? Thanks in advance.