As a Norwegian tourist with our Tesla to London this summer I had a chat with one of the natives :tongue: while charging at the SC in London. I discovered that the UK owners are only provided with a very simple UMC - with the standard UK power plug on it. Or at least the man I spoke with in London had not got anything else. Can someone confirm what cables you get / can buy extra? Do also see this thread: European Owners: which adapters come with the car? The UMC provided in Norway is the European UMC - which has interchangeable plugs. My plan was to visit a Tesla store in the UK and borrow/buy a UK power plug for our UMC. Looking at the UMC provided for British owners I realised this was not an option as it seems that yours does not have interchangeable plugs. We get: 1 standard shuko plug (this is the standard power plug for most of Europe) - the UMC will draw max 13A using this plug. We can pay extra to get: 1 blue CEE plug - the UMC will draw max 32A, 230V one phase using this plug. 1 red CEE plug - the UMC will draw max 16A, 400V three phase using this plug. The local "aftermarket industry" have made adapters that combined with the red or blue above to connect to many other plugs - like the red 32A, 400V and the blue 16A, 230V. Of the more exotic is the one to connect to the standard household stove plug (handy if you are at a rented cabin and can just pull the stove forwards a bit, connect your plug and long (and thick) extension cord and get typically at least 25A for your car). Additionally many of us have purchased a type-2 cable (Mennekes) to be able to use 22Kw chargers. And of course a heavy extension cord for or 2 (I have one for 20A, 230V Shuko and one for 16A, 400V 3phase red plug - both 10 meters long). All of this gives flexibility for charging situations - especially when travelling. This summer model S cars from Norway has found their way to Spain, Italy, Croatia, Sardinia and many other strange places. Here is a picture of the Europe UMC (picture reused from another posting here at the TMC) The strange plug to the right is where we snap on the various plugs provided by Tesla (included or sold - it seems to differ from country to country). * In the United Kingdom, the CEE standard was first adopted as BS 4343:1968 and has since been replaced by its European equivalent BS EN 60309-4. In the UK these plugs are often referred to as caravan, Commando (a brand name used by MK Electric), CEE industrial, CEEform or simply CEE plugs.