In doing google searches randomly about charging standards, I come to find out this old post on this site: What is a J3068 charger? That kind of piqued my curiosity and doing a little more digging and looking and some presentations, I found some info about the proposed standard: https://epri.azureedge.net/documents/Day%20One%20Presentations%20June2016.pdf (search for J3068). The standard is still evolving as far as I know. One change versus the European version seems to be supporting higher 3 phase voltages (for North America) and higher A/C current levels. DC charging is supported ala CCS. The main target seems to be for buses and more commercial / industrial EVs, and not so much regular passenger cars. I wonder why such high A/C charging is needed, but there could be various reasons (redundancy, V2G, infrastructure and space). Thoughts / feeling on this? In a funny way, we may get a single global connector, but only in certain applications (and even then I wonder about physical connector versus voltage and frequency compatibility). Wonder if any of the more commercial Teslas would use this connector.