The U.S. Supercharger connector is Tesla's own design. I have noticed that it throttles back the current on hot summer days when the connector pins (or handle) get hot, which happens frequently at popular stations where heavy use has made for looser connector pins. I sometimes move to less popular parking slots where the connectors pins have seen less use in order to speed up the charging. The European connector, on the other hand involves an industry standard connector that Tesla was more or less forced to adopt due to the priority placed on 3-phase AC charging, and the pin design does not appear as robust for handling large amounts of DC power. Does anyone know how Supercharging is accomplished with the European connector, and whether the implementation includes current throttling when the connector pins get too hot from a less than tight connection?