The Tesla Model S is the best EV that is currently available in the market. And the Tesla Supercharger network is the best charging network that is currently being expanded globally. The combination of both is fabulous. That said, I would like to ask a question in this thread. Is it technically possible for Tesla Motors to replace the current standard 11 KW onboard charger (at some point in the future regarding new to be built Tesla Model S cars)? I would appreciate it if others would answer this question. I think that a single onboard charger with a higher capacity would be ideal (1 x 44 KW), but another option would be 2 onboard chargers (2 x 22 KW), and a third option would be 4 onboard chargers (4 x 11 KW). This would result in a higher price of the Tesla Model S, but it would be a Tesla Model S that actually is technically better too, I think. I actually think that it's worth to have a discussion about it at least. We have to admit that (at least in cities in Europe) there is a difference between "home charging" and "street charging". And it would indeed be nice if your Tesla Model S is well equiped to accept a higher charge rate when you are charging with "street charging".