Let's use this thread to discuss the Hong Kong Tesla Model S charging standard. As of 29th May 2014, the Tesla Motors HK website has this to say about charging, and this is what we know 100% for certain, so far: Car side is European style socket (IEC 62196) - for mobile charging, the car is compatible with public charging stations using the IEC 62196 standard connector (charge rates up to 55 kilometers of range per hour of charge are possible depending on the power source) Cars will be Hong Kong specification (which may or may not differ from European cars) Charging port is at the rear left hand side of the car Cars will come standard with an IEC62196 type2 to type2 cable Cars will come standard with a 40A single phase wall connector included (early units of this wall connector are currently limited to 32A - these will be upgraded to 40A later in the summer of 2014 via minor firmware/hardware upgrade) Cars ordered with the dual chargers option will be provided with a matching (higher-capacity than 40A single phase) wall connector (for those taking delivery before early 2015, a temporary 40A single phase connector will be provided) An 80A single phase wall connector is under development and will be available in early 2015 A 32A three phase wall connector is under development and will be available in early 2015 A Tesla offered BS1363 mobile connector is available (Tesla do not recommend this as a primary charging solution due to variations in the quality and reliability of UK type 1363 outlets) An unboxing video of the Wall Connector is available: Tesla Hong Kong Wall Connector Unboxing - YouTube Hong Kong has a selection of: 13A BS 1363 style sockets in public charging stations (no Tesla support at present) 32A Blue single-phase sockets (no Tesla support at present) 16A Red three-phase sockets (no Tesla support at present) CLP and HKE supposedly starting to deploy IEC62196 stations (an OEM IEC62196 to IEC62196 cable should be able to support this) Single phase, 220V, power supply Three phase, 380V (4 wire), power supply 32A is the highest-rated approved socket in Hong Kong Most homes and offices offer between 60A and 200A, single or three phase. The three phase is arranged as a 4 wire supply (3 phases plus neutral) so that 220V (to neutral) can be obtained from each phase. Some notes on the single/three phase support in the cars: The IEC62196 plug/socket and cable used supports three phase. It appears that each charger in the car is internally wired up as six sub-chargers, with each pair connected to one phase line. Each sub-charger can handle 8A, resulting in 16A maximum per charger per phase (limited as well by the published 40A maximum per charger). Tesla single phase Wall Connectors are modified to tie all three phase lines together (providing the single phase feed over each of the three lines to the car). That means that with a Tesla single phase 40A wall connector, both single and dual charger equipped vehicles will be able to use the entire 40A. Public single phase IEC62196 charging stations will usually only be wired with one phase line providing power. That means that Tesla cars with single chargers will be able to draw a maximum of 16A from such stations, and dual charger equipped cars will be able to draw a maximum of 32A from such stations. Public three phase IEC62916 charging stations will be able to be fully supported by the Tesla Model S (up to 40A total for single charger, and 80A total for dual chargers).