I do agree, that safety is the most important issue and the loss of confidence due to safety issues would be worse than anything else. But still, this is a big disappointment to me and I believe most EV enthusiasts. Same as you, I will keep my order, as I will have a proper charging solution at home. However there will be too many "normal" users, who don't have the chance to install anything "special" at their carpark. If they could get an individual regular 13A socket, they are quite lucky already, but this is of no use now. The dominant apartment living in Hong Kong makes installing "special" charging solutions for individual carparks almost impossible on a broad scale. I don't know how the situation will be with the i3, but once this information gets to the public, that EVs can't be charged with a household socket in HK, sales will nosedive here and our Teslas considered exotics. The resale value will be nil. I know, that a 13A socket is not much of a use for charging while shopping, but still, how about hundreds of installations from the government and public carpark owners? It will take years, if they are willing at all, to upgrade them. I had such big hopes for EVs but in such situation, they stand no chance in HK.