I was initially happy to be getting the new nose, until I asked about the "High Amperage Charger Upgrade" on the configuration page only going to 16.5 kW. It seems that the 22 kW dual chargers I ordered are not able to be fitted to The Model S with the new nose, and you are limited to 11 or 16.5 kW. At 220 Wh/km, this is a 75 km/h rather than 100 km/h charge rate. This has been a surprise to everybody, including Tesla staff in Australia. Limiting to 16.5 kW does not make sense to me as 32 amp 3 phase outlets (22 kW) are a common standard and often available in Australia (see numerous posts in this forum) and common in quite a few areas worldwide (PlugShare app). The lower charging speed means that a 200 km lunchtime 3 phase top up would take 2 hours 40 mins instead of 2 hours. You would have to eat very slowly indeed, and be struggling to entertain your co-travellers. I have family in rural NSW and company branches including Adelaide, and would like to go road tripping beyond the supercharger network, so this is a big deal to me. Fortunately Adam (Sydney Delivery Specialist) and Store Manager Will are working hard to stop me being affected by the downgrade, and I will probably go back to the classic nose. Will keep you posted ... P.S. My 15 y.o. son sees the classic nose as something distinctive in an era where Tesla is standardising on the Model X / Model 3 look, so a potential silver lining here!