Remember all the confusion and changing information about the Model X charger in the first few months? It seems Tesla is at it again. Here is an excerpt from an email from the Tesla charging team: Just like Model S and X, Model 3 will have two on-board charger configurations paired with the battery option: Model 3 Standard Battery: Max 32A on-board charger (7.7 kW) Model 3 Long Range Battery: Max 48A on-board charger (11.5 kW) The same accessories will be included with Model 3 (mobile connector and adapter for NEMA 14-50) so the NEMA 14-50 outlet on a 50 amp circuit breaker will still work just fine. Recharge rate will be about 30 miles of range per hour of charge. For faster charging, a Wall Connector installed with a 60 amp circuit breaker will match the 48A on-board charger of the Long Range Model 3. Recharge rate with this combination will be 45 miles of range per hour of charge. I now see that spec sheet that said 40A charging didn't actually say "40A charger". It said Home charging rate: 37 miles of range per hour (240V outlet, 40A) Silly us for assuming that meant the car had a 40A charger! Apparently the PR person forgot to mention you could get 48A by using a HPWC. Or is this just another example of Tesla dumbing down the car marketing for the masses? No more specifying battery by kWh, and no more specifying size of the charger? Wouldn't want to intimidate the prospective buyers by all that EV jargon.