I recently took a Tesla to China and noted the following: - Google maps and Spotify don’t work - China chargers use GB/T 2015 instead of IEC TYPE 2 and you would need to buy an adaptor in Tesla or you won’t be able the charge. The adaptor costs north of HKD 3000 in Hong Kong and is only applicable for super chargers. A separate adaptor, which comes in the package if the adaptor is purchased in China, is needed for 32A and other types of chargers. - Superchargers are mostly located not on service stops next to highways but maybe a well 10-20km away from highway exits. This I assume is due to the fact that China want to reserve highway service stop chargers to the state owned chargers or Chinese branded electric cars. Tesla is therefore only able to do deals with private companies which don’t happen to be located right next to highways. - Autopilot works on almost all roads with distinctive road markings but speed is limited to 70km/h for some highways (which is very slow). I assume this is due to the GPS not recognising the highway I was on and therefore limited the max autopilot speed? Anyone else have interesting findings or tips for using their HK tesla in China?