As you know all European Tesla models seem to be using the Type 2, IEC 62196-2 Menekkes connector. In reality though, it is not the case. Tesla is using their own proprietary European market connector that just happens to be backwards compatible with Type 2 Menekkes. We know this because regular Type 2 standart connector can only handle DC loads up to 60-70kW without the additional DC pins making it essentially a CCS. Even with dedicated CCS DC pins it can handle 90-100kW. Since with EVs the male side of the socket is in the vehicle and you plug in the female side, Tesla made the prongs of the connector longer. When you plug in a regular Menekkes, female side is more shallow than the male so it doesn't go all the way from the reference of the car. With the superchargers though it is a perfect deep fit. That way they start a can BUS relationship instead of the analog talk of the Menekkes control pilot and Supercharger pumps 120kW DC into the port, without additional pins. If making it deeper and probably making the contact area larger in diameter at the deep side was all it took to make it better than CCS, why insist on CCS? Just add what Tesla did into the standards for DC. You'll have one geometry fits all and charging all the way from 3kW AC single phase to 22kW AC three phase to 130kW + DC. Anyone?