I know that Tesla thinks for city charging 72A is way more than enough and for roadtrips it offers Superchargers but, in Europe 3-phase plugs are quite common to find. They support 22kW (32A each phase, 96A) easily and you can find more than that too. Even Renault ZOE has 64kW AC charger (96A each phase, 288A). Prior to Model S refresh we could have dual chargers and 22kW but now, top limit is only 16kW. Even with this setup it doesn't allow larger than 11kW charging without an EVSE. Why all these limitations? I live in Turkey and we have zero superchargers and zero ChaDeMo. If we could charge at 22kW we gain 110km/h and virtually every hotel, restaurant or industrial area has 3 phase plugs. I could plug in at a restaurant and get 160km juice while only having lunch. For that I need old, dual charger Model S and an expensive cable with a built in EVSE. I don't think it would be a huge cost item for Tesla to add a very capable three phase charger. Why do you think they have so much limitations?